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Paul Mwite Reveals His Fears On A Dire Situation That May Hit Kenyans, Asks For God's Intervention

The turbulent political landscape as confused many Kenyans and most of the public are now left hopeless just wishing to have God's intervention. The formation of alliances has left many politicians to look for suitable camps so that they remain revelant ahead of 2022.

It is unfortunate that the nation is badly hit by many dire situations. The third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has shut many businesses almost bringing the economy to a stand still. The ailing nation has forced many Kenyans to be jobless and just be at the mercy of God. Many Kenyans who are struggling to make ends meet have failed to meet the curfew hours and the police have always harassed them due to the breaking of the Covid-19 rules and measures.

The nation is also experiencing heavy rains in most parts. In some areas the roads have become impassable and due to the bad roads and the dire situation has been worsened by the poor drainage systems. Many Kenyans are crying for the help of the government to rescue them as their homes, property and animals get swept by the rains. It is unfortunate that at the height of these pandemics, politicians are not worried about the common citizens but instead go on with their meetings and formation of coalition. The government has not come out clearly to save them. For instance today, Atwoli hosted a meeting with some ODM leaders like James Orengo, Peter Kenneth and Junet Mohammed at the expense of Kenyans who are hit by the bad economy.

However, SC Paul Mwite has recently reacted to the dire situation in the country. In his remarks he has also prayed for God's intervention to save Kenyans. He has stated that, "May the rains continue the way it's been,with breaks,heavy but not too heavy;without the killer floods;may we have bumper harvests"

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