Many residents have long been interested in Kenyan politics. Given that elections are scheduled in three months, the situation in the nation is now escalating. Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and DP Ruto have been ramping up their campaigning to persuade Kenyans to accept and vote for them.
While everything is going on, the national prayer breakfast, which is held every May 26th, has been bringing Kenyans together. This implies that tomorrow will be the gathering of ledgers from all walks of life to pray for the nation. The parliamentary commission's planners have invited all key leaders, including Raila, Ruto, and Uhuru.
The topic of this year's prayer breakfast is transition, as we prepare for the inauguration of a new administration in August.
Kenyans can expect to see both Raila and a Ruto share the platform, according to one senior politician who talked about the event. This comes at a time when the relationship between the Deputy President and the Commander in Chief is strained. Dan Maanzo went on to say that Kalonzo Musyoka would be missing the event since he is presently abroad of the country.
"Everyone has been invited, including the Deputy President, Mr Odinga, and the Chief Justice." It is now up to them to decide whether or not to attend. "We only know Kalonzo is not in the country and hence will not attend, but the rest we anticipate to see at Safari Park," says Dan Maanzo, the event's co-chair.
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