The deputy president had yesterday hosted residents from Murang'a county in his residence in Karen Nairobi county yesterday. Hosted leaders led by former minority whip Irungu kang'ata members of Parliament like Gachagua, kimani ichungwa and other leaders accompanied the president.
Given an opportunity to pray for the food the deputy president started by thanking God for the nation of Kenya and first mentioning president Uhuru in his prayer. He asked God to bless the president and to guide him and leaders who are below the president. The second-in-command was making the prayer when it was time to eat and also ask God to bless those that do not have food on table as they were prepared to break for lunch time after the meeting.
It was a more strange thing for the deputy president to lead in prayer and first pray for the president due to their differencesHe ended by calling for peaceful coexistence in Kenya praying God that he brings peace among the people of Kenya so that Kenya can go forward.
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