Molo Church Leaders Hold Prayers at Kuria Kimani’s House

Molo Church Leaders Hold Prayers at Kuria Kimani’s House, Condemn Attack:

  • Interdenominational pastors held a prayer session at Molo MP Kimani Kuria’s home after it was attacked by protesters against the Finance Bill 2024
  • Bishop David Njoroge condemned the attack, stating that MP Kimani Kuria was fulfilling his constitutional duties and urging the youth to respect the government
  • The attack resulted in significant losses for Kimani, with two vehicles burned and his Ford Ranger damaged
  • Four suspects have been arrested, and a multi-agency security force has been deployed to guard the MP’s residence

Didacus Malowa, a journalist at TUKO.co.ke, brings over three years of experience covering politics and current affairs in Kenya.

Nakuru – A group of interdenominational pastors and members of the public have offered prayers at Molo MP Kimani Kuria’s home.

Molo MP Kimani Kuria
Anti-Finance Bill 2024 protesters vandalised Molo MP Kimani Kuria’s home. Photo: Francis Kimani Kuria.
Source: UGC

The residents gathered at the lawmaker’s home, which was invaded by protesters during demonstrations against the Finance Bill 2024.

Kimani, the National Assembly Finance Committee Chairperson, was not present during the prayer session.

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Addressing the media, Bishop David Njoroge of Neema Lema Church said they were sorry for the incident at the MP’s residence.

Njoroge condemned the youths involved in the attack, stating that Kimani was undertaking his constitutional mandate.

“We are here to first express our sorry for what happened in this place. The MP was fulfilling his constitutional duties, and the matters he spoke about were significant as our government heard the cries of all our people. We condemn the actions of our youth as they are venting their frustrations on an individual.

We, as the pastors of Molo, completely condemn it and say it is not good. We want to tell the youth that work will not come through violence; it will come by respecting the government and doing what is necessary,” Njoroge said.

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What was destroyed in Kimani’s compound

The lawmaker is counting losses valued at millions of shillings after his property was torched and looted by the protesters.

Kimani’s two vehicles were reduced to ashes, while his pricy Ford Ranger was damaged after its windscreen was smashed.

Police have so far arrested four people for their alleged involvement in the vandalism and arson attack.

Meanwhile, at least 10 members of a multi-agency security force have been deployed to guard the MP’s residence during the day and 20 at night.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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