Kitale Diocese Catholic Bishop Maurice Crowley has urged political leaders to maintain peace before, during and after the August 9 polls.
Crowley said some aspirants who have no agenda are moving around attacking and inciting people against each other saying it’s dangerous especially this electioneering period.
“We have seen leaders attacking each other physically and verbally, something we are condemning as religious leaders,” He cited.
He pointed fingers on the government for the high cost of living saying poor Kenyans cannot afford meals due to increased taxes on important commodities.
The Catholic Bishop also blamed political leaders in the World for mysterious happenings, citing that they have no fear for the church and God Almighty.
“I’m sorry to speak this controversial statement but some leaders are behaving as if they are gods, they no longer have respect for the church and God, and that is why we are experiencing the anger of God,” Crowley said.