Clergy Call For Peace And Tolerance After Garrisa Attack

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A mass was held in memory of the students killed in the attack, church leaders, led by Cardinal John Njue and the Anglican Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, urged Kenyans to come together for peace.

The clergy asked every individual to pray for the victims and their families and to share a common stand of unity against such attacks that try to create religious and ethnic divisions.

Speaking at the same event, British High Commissioner Chris Turner said that this was a difficult moment for Kenya.
“Dialogue and tolerance in the face of fear and anger will beat terrorism and not military hardware.”
The prayer meeting was organised to offer prayers and remember the students of Garissa University who perished in an Al Shabab attack a month ago