Evangelist Lucy😳Wa Ngunjiri And Pastor T😨Mwangi Reaction On🧐 The Current State Of The Nation

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For the past two days, the Azimio la Umoja coalition has been holding demonstrations in various parts of Nairobi county. Unfortunately, what started as peaceful protests has now turned into chaos, as an unidentified group of men invaded former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s farm in Northlands.

What’s more concerning is that the government did not take any action to protect the farm despite the ongoing protests. This has left many Kenyans wondering about the effectiveness of the government in handling such situations.

The situation took a turn for the worse yesterday when a church, a school, and a mosque in Kibira constituency were set on fire. It took the government three hours to respond to the situation, which has raised concerns among the public about the government’s ability to handle such emergencies.

In response to these events, Pastor T has called for peace and understanding among Kenyans. He reminded the public that it only takes a spark to start a fire and urged them to keep the peace. Pastor T’s words ring true as the country cannot afford to descend into chaos.

The government must take action to ensure that the situation does not escalate any further. It is essential to address the concerns of the protesters and find a peaceful resolution to the issues at hand. Additionally, it is crucial to ensure the safety and security of all citizens, their property, and their places of worship.

In conclusion, while the right to peaceful protest is a fundamental human right, it should not be used as an excuse to engage in violent and destructive behavior. Kenyans must work together towards a peaceful resolution and avoid actions that could lead to further violence and damage to the country’s unity and stability.


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