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Muslim leaders urged their followers to remain calm, while others called for the scrapping of teaching of Christian religious education in schools.
Church leaders in Kenya are alleging that the Obama administration in the US is funding the government-backed 'yes' campaign for a controversial constitutional referendum.
A number of Christian and Muslim leaders in Kenya have called on the International Criminal Court to punish those behind the 2007 to 2008 post-election violence.
Christians in Kenya have held a national prayer rally in support of their campaign for a "No" vote in a pending constitutional referendum.
Church leaders in Kenya have abandoned constitutional talks with the government, announcing that they will rally Christians to vote against the draft basic law.
A prominent retired Kenyan Anglican archbishop says church leaders should back the draft constitution, describing his suggested course of action as a "lesser evil".
Rich, powerful countries must accept equity as the basis for international climate change negotiations and a common agenda, says Kenyan theologian and ecologist Jesse Mugambi.
Desmond Tutu and nine other former heads or members of national truth commissions, have urged Bethuel Kiplagat to resign as the head of Kenya's Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission.
Church leaders in Kenya are rallying their followers against a draft constitution they say favours Muslims and will tear the country apart. Muslims argue that it protects their rights.
Vulnerable communities have been left on their own to adapt to climate change or perish because of the failure of the UN conference in Copenhagen to agree legally binding commitments, a Kenyan theologian and ecologist has warned