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Is Kenya Slowly Getting Saved from Corruption After Politicians Started Doing this?

Kenya has been seeing a swing of politicians now getting back to church. A number of politicians in the country have now decided to seek the face of the almighty God. For example today, Hon MUSALIA Mudavadi attended church services at Jesus Teaching Ministry Embakasi. He was accompanied with Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja, Law society of Kenya president Nelson Havi, Senetor Petronila Were, Hon Tindi Mwale, Hon Khamala, former speaker Kenneth Marende, Aspring Mp David Wamasti, Aspiring Nairobi women rep Sylvia Mulama, Aspiring Indimuli Kahi, Aspiring Myclene Syloya party national chairman among other leaders.

On the other hand, William Samoe Ruto attended a church service at Faithful at New Breed City Chapel, Kiambu Road, Kiambu County for Sunday service. It's great thing to see powerful leaders like this obeying the Sabbath day. Well, why do I say that Kenya might be in its way to corruption free country. Most of the corruption's done in the country is always experienced by politicians. However, when you see politicians starting to get close to God know that something good is on the way. In the church people are taught honesty, love and sharing. If our leaders have started going to church, then such values will be instilled to then and they can really change.

Don't you think through the church Kenya is going to beat corruption? Drop your thought and tell us if you also believe that Kenya might be saved from corruption soon. Share thus information to your friends and relatives as well.

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