Nairobi — Archbishop Jacob Chimeledya, primate of the Anglican Church in Tanzania has urged the newly enthroned Archbishop of the Anglican Church in Kenya, Archbishop Dr Jackson Ole Sapit to lead in the forefront in the fight against corruption in Kenya.
“As a leader you cannot remain quiet because being in the top leadership of the church means you have to rebuke and correct whenever necessary,” said Archbishop Chimeledya.
He noted that the “The Anglican Church in Kenya has always been at the forefront in the fight against corruption in Kenya and has never compromised in rebuking corrupt leaders in the country” and urged the new leader to spin the ball against corruption even further.
In his sermon during the enthronement of Bishop Dr Jackson Ole Sapit as the 6th archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) and the 4th Bishop of All Saints Cathedral Diocese, Archbishop Chimeledya urged the new Primate of the Anglican Church in Kenya to “always prepare to preach the word at all times.”
“You cannot choose, whether it’s a good season or bad one you still have to preach. Remember that the kingdom of God is near but it has not fully come because of all the evil that is still happening in the world today,” he said.