“We must all pray for peace to prevail at all times because what we want is one Kenya, one nation,” he said.
The apostle noted that the church is “deeply worried” over the killings of innocent people in Lamu County by suspected Al-Shabaab militants.
The recent wave of killings by the extremist group has led to the beheading of nine people in Panda Nguo.
Also, Public Works Principal Secretary Maryam El-Maawy was rescued by Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) soldiers after she was kidnapped by Al-Shabaab militia members into Boni forest last week.
“We have been to Kilifi, Mombasa, Kwale and next we are headed to Lamu County to exorcise the spirit of violence and hatred that has engulfed the coastal region,” he said.
He implored Kenyans to learn to live together despite their different political persuasions and urged residents to work with the authorities in restoring calm.