Posted by: APO | 12 January 2008

Kenya / President Kibaki reaffirms his commitment to dialogue

Official Press Release of the Kenyan State House

Nairobi, January 11, 2008

President Kibaki reaffirms his commitment to dialogue

President Mwai Kibaki today reassured of his commitment to dialogue in the search for a lasting solution to the current political situation in the country.

Speaking during a meeting with religious leaders at State House Nairobi, President Kibaki said he was ready to work with other leaders in ensuring that peace is restored in all parts of the country.

On their part, the religious leaders who included John Cardinal Njue, SUPKEM Chairman Abdulgafur El-Busaidy and Anglican Church Archbishop Reverend Benjamin Nzimbi said they would work with President Kibaki and other parties involved to speed up the healing and reconciliation process.

Other religious leaders included NCCK Chairman Bishop Eliud Wabukala, Nairobi Pentecostal Church Pastor David Oginde, Redeemed Gospel Church Bishop Arthur Kitonga, AIC Bishop Silas Yego and SUPKEM Secretary-General Mr. Adan Wachu among others

Later, President Kibaki held a consultative meeting with newly elected members of parliament supporting the Government.

Present during the meeting were Vice-President Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka and several newly-appointed Cabinet Ministers.



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