• Burale has called out upon how ironical it would be if Pastors are preaching the gospel of GRACE and yet they don't extend it to others.
• He said politicians will afterward go back to having tea together, back to their tinted cars and how they may never be accessible as they were during the campaign.
Anxiety continues to bite among Kenyans as they await for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to announce the results of the August 9 Presidential election.
However many celebrities have entered the fray of urging Kenyans to maintain peace and order as they patiently wait for the results to be announced.
Israel Robert Burale has taken to Instagram to address Kenyans saying that after the outcome there will be great joy and pain in some areas.
Burale who is also a known key motivational speaker an events host and actor went on to say that the victors will be remembered for how loud they shouted but how gracious they were in VICTORY.
He has called out upon how ironic it would be if pastors are preaching the gospel of GRACE and yet they don't extend it to others.
He reminded Kenyans that whatever the outcome will be, politicians will afterwards go back to having tea together, back to their tinted cars, and how they may never be accessible as they were during the campaign.
His message is below;
To the VICTORS ...You will not be remembered for how loud you shouted but how gracious you were in VICTOR. This will not be the time to mock your "opponents".
Whoever wins let's be gracious.
We pastors must remember we are called for all. The truth of the matter is some have been guilty of mocking, using very degrading words, and then putting scriptures to sanitize.
How can we preach the gospel of GRACE if we don't extend it to others? Fellow Kenyans. Please remember after this we still must REMAIN as one. Love peace and unity."