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TREAT politicians as mere job seekers, not your bosses, Bishop Mutemi says

 The head of the Global Vision Church (GVC) Bishop Robert Mutemi has warned Kenyan politicians, especially those eyeing the presidential seat to desist from making remarks which may incite various communities against one another.

GVC Bishop Robert Mutemi prays during ordination ceremony of Peter Muvea as Reverend of Syongoni GVC church. Photo/BONIFACE MWANIKI

Bishop Mutemi who also served as a nominated MP under the Wiper Party in the last parliament has urged Kenyan politicians to seek their elective posts with sobriety and to treat all communities equally without favouritism.

The bishop was speaking during the ordination ceremony of Pastor Peter Muvea as a Reverend at the Syongoni GVC church. His remarks came a few days after ODM leader Raila Odinga made the ‘Madoadoa’ remarks.

The former legislator also urged Kenyans to treat all politicians as mere job seekers and not their bosses, hence be evaluating them well before deciding whom to put into office.

Bishop Mutemi said that it was perturbing to see Kenyans fighting over politicians, yet they were the real bosses in the electoral process.

He urged Kenyans not to hate their neighbours whom they have been living with well just because of their political inclinations.


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