The Anglican Church of Kenya has appointed two bishops to oversee a group of clergy and congregations in the United States, amid continuing tensions between the Kenyan denomination and the US Episcopal (Anglican) Church over homosexuality. “The Anglican Church of Kenya now provides episcopal oversight to several dozen congregations in the USA,” Kenyan Anglican Archbishop Benjamin Nzimbi told journalists at the end of a 26-29 June 2007 synod meeting in Nairobi. Nzimbi and other church leaders in Africa and Asia have been persistent critics of the US Episcopal Church, in part because in 2003 it consecrated an openly homosexual bishop. (Ecumenical News International