"I will not close noisy churches" - Governor Sakaja
Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has said that his administration will not close churches and other places of worship over noise pollution.Speaking on Thursday, December 1 evening while commissioning the Green Park Terminus, Sakaja said he w
Preachers warned over New Year prophecies: You could be jailed for five years
People around the world are expected to celebrate the coming of a New Year today. While some will be in churches and other places of worship, others will be at leisure places.
Places of worship to reopen, maximum of 100 allowed; service to take an hour
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday, July 6 announced that worship centers will be re-opened after nearly 4 months of closure due to COVID-19 pandemic.According to the new guidelines in a report presented by the Inter-Faith Council
Why Uhuru is likely to reopen churches, mosques?
President Uhuru Kenyatta is today expected to address the nation on the status of COVID-19 in the country.Kenyans will be expecting the President to make a pronouncement on the current COVID-19 lockdown measures and whether he wil