Makueni MPs meet Wote Catholic Bishop

Members of Parliament from Makueni County Sunday met with Wote Catholic Bishop, Paul Kariuki.

The legislative delegation comprised Eng. Thaddeus Nzambia (Kilome), Susan Kiamba (Makueni), Joshua Kimilu (Kaiti), and Mwengi Mutuse (Kibwezi West).

The meeting served as a crucial platform for discussions, fostering collaboration between political leaders and the religious community. The aim was to pursue shared goals for the welfare and progress of the region.

Speaking to the press after the meeting, Bishop Kariuki emphasized the importance of unity among leaders. He urged them to remain united, emphasizing that unity is a powerful force binding people together for a common purpose.

“It is the foundation of any successful team, organization, or society, and it is essential for achieving success and progress,” he stated.

Bishop Kariuki highlighted that unity is indispensable for creating a strong, vibrant, and productive society. It brings people together, fostering harmony, collaboration, and cooperation.

The Bishop encouraged leaders to embrace dialogue and consultations, asserting it would enhance service delivery in the counties.

“When people are united, they are more likely to work together to find solutions to problems and resolve conflicts. This can lead to a more peaceful and harmonious society. Unity helps promote economic growth, which is essential for a healthy society,” remarked Bishop Kariuki.

The meeting discussed about the construction of the new diocese, improvements in education standards and training, resolving water scarcity, food security, and other issues concerning the local population.

The legislators agreed to organize a Harambee to construct the Bishop’s house on March 9th in Wote.

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