By Brian Otieno
The Anglican Church of Kenya yesterday said the terrorist attacks in the country are part of a global war against organised religion.
ACK Archbishop Eliud Wabukala said the attacks are carried out by people who want to promote atheism.
“They want to remove religion from the society,” he said.
Wabukala spoke during the opening of the provincial Kenya Anglican Men’s Association conference at Shanzu Teachers Training College, Mombasa.
He said the first target is Christianity, but it will soon spread to other faiths including Islam.
“Islam will eventually be affected as it would be portrayed as a religion that supports terror,” the archbishop said.
Wabukala said religious leaders from all faiths need to come together and condemn the acts.
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