Chemichemi Ya Ukweli Codemns Looting, Violence During Azimio Demo In Migori, Calls For Peace

Chemichemi ya Ukweli
Shiekh Issa Hamisi flanked by Interfaith leaders in Migori town during a press briefing

By MN Reporter

Religious leaders under Chemichemi ya Ukweli group have condemned violence and looting from a section of demonstrators on Monday this week in Migori town.

The leaders who came together to deliberate on the impending mass action across the country also urged followers of Azimio La Umoja to hold peaceful demonstrations.

According to Bishop John Kongere, it is only peaceful demonstrations that will attract more numbers to the streets to push for the agenda by the opposition coalition.

The man of clothe wondered how violence and destruction of property will benefit Kenyans.

On her part, Beatrice Agnes Adhiambo from Legio Maria said demonstrations are a good provided they don’t create enmity among Kenyans.

Adhiambo urged the opposition brigade to instead utilize the demos to push for trans-formative agenda.

The interfaith group also called for an urgent meeting between President William Ruto and opposition leader Raila Odinga to end the current stalemate in the country.