A bitter taste still lingers when we remember the 2007-2008 post-election violence. A time when tribal lines and language were more important than humanity not to mention our Faith. The nation known for prayer collapsed to its knees and when the fight began it didn’t spare the congregants who sort refuge in the church. Today some of the victims are still dealing with emotional and financial trauma.
35 individuals were burnt to death in a Kenya Assemblies of God (KAG) church in Kiambaa Uasin Gishu. 14 years down the line the church is yet to be rebuilt, the church is now calling upon Kenyans to help raise 25 million shillings for the construction. As we edge closer to the August elections, we hope and pray history doesn’t repeat itself.