Gov’t advised to regulate churches to help deal with cult organizations

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The management at Tenwek Hospital College School of Chaplaincy in Bomet wants the government to fast-track regulations of religious organizations.

According to the Principal, Paul Ekal Lokol, the regulation should include the need to have pastors undergo not only theology but also Chaplaincy training.

“It is through regulations and training that we avoid people with ill motives from taking advantage of innocent people in the name of preaching,” said Lokol.

Speaking at the institution on the eve of a graduation ceremony for 12 chaplains who have completed a three-year training on both Diploma and Certificate courses, they said without regulations, the country risks witnessing more incidents that Kenyans were treated to this year in Shakahola.

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