NCCK to Support public engagement with NADCO report

NCCK to support public engagement with NADCO report

The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) has committed to creating the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) report brief, highlighting key findings and recommendations of the report, which will be shared with the clergy and the general public countrywide to ensure widespread awareness and understanding of the report.

This commitment was made during a scenario-building forum by the NCCK staff where they discussed and reviewed the recently released NADCO report.

The Council will actively involve clergy in discussions about the report, seeking their insights and perspectives, encouraging them to share the information with their congregants, and facilitating open dialogues within religious communities.

NCCK recognizes that politics affects the Kenyan economy and will advocate for continuous dialogue amongst the political class to ensure sustained peace, cohesion, and justice. 

During the scenario-building session, the Council identified four possible scenarios between January and April 2024, which include, scenario one, possible peace/BBI political cooperation based on the reforms in the NADCO report, scenario two, the economy performing poorly, leading to political chaos, scenario three, a combination of scenarios one and two, leading to Azimio turning against the government and a return to street battle – which was identified as the most likely, and finally, political reforms and accommodation, economic conditions improving, and the country moving towards recovery.Β Β 

The NADCO report was developed by the committee co-chaired by Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka and Hon. Kimani Ichung’wa after the ruling coalition, Kenya Kwanza made a truce with the opposition coalition, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance to dialogue after months of street demonstrations.

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