|Leader||President Uhuru Kenyatta|
|Population||48 467 000|
|Main Religion||Christian (Islam in north-east and coastal areas)|
Kenya has a very complex ethnic composition, which also strongly affects daily politics. It has also experienced violent terrorist attacks. The persecution of Christians resulting from Islamic Oppression – as perpetrated by Al-Shabaab – contains elements of ethnic cleansing in the northeastern part of the country. To combat the source of these attacks, Kenya has sent troops into Somalia. Secondly, Kenya is a country with a Christian majority (82%) and a considerably smaller Muslim population (10 to 15%). Yet, in areas dominated by an Islamic population, Christians have become a target for militant groups. Also important is the level of corruption. In Kenya, the corruption of public institutions is rampant, and its effect on protecting citizens is considerable.
You can pray Matthew 11:28:
“Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”