Today, President Uhuru Kenyatta led Kenyans and other top leaders in today's prayer meeting which was held at Safari Park Hotel The theme of today's National Prayers was transition.
The top Government leaders who grace the event were President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and National Assembly Speaker Hon Muturi, Senate Speaker Hon Lusaka, Hon Martha Karu, and many other top leaders.
Deputy President William Ruto during the event broke the protocol and invited Raila Odinga's running mate Hon Martha Karua to make her remarks. Ruto bold move has excited many Kenyans especially when are heading to generate an election.
However, Kitui Governor Hon Charity Ngilu has reacted to the Photo of DP Ruto and Martha Karua pictured shaking hands in the National Prayers meeting today. Hon Ngilu captions the photo " Incoming Deputy President and outing deputy President "Hon Ngilu's remarks mean that DP Ruto will lose his presidential bid in the August poll to Azimio One Kenya Coalition presidential candidate Hon Raila Odinga.
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