President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday Morning led the Nation in an interdenominational prayer service.
The prayers were going on at state house Nairobi while the service was being broadcasted in most TV, Radio and Digital platforms in the country.
However in Gacharage, just a few meters from Ruaka Mechanics and BodaBoda Operators downed their tools of trade in order to pray for the Nation.
Still maintaining the social distance parameter, the hawkers and boda boda operators, knelt down and raised their hands high calling upon God for help in these trying times of COVID19 pandemic.
In Wangige market traders also joined the boda boda operators in prayers.
Members of the public in social media commended the move and termed it as a good example.
Residents also applauded the move by the operators who joined millions of other Kenyans in Praying for the Nation.
During a press briefing On Wednesday, President Uhuru Kenyatta declared Saturday the National Day of prayer amid the world wide outbreak of Corona Virus and led the Nation in Prayers at State House Nairobi.
“We cannot ignore the need to turn to God in these circumstances.”
This comes amidst the call of the suspension of church and Sunday gatherings by the government in bid of preventing Corona Virus and in line with the government prerogative to stop COVID19 from spreading in Kenya.
In the meantime, members of the public are still being encouraged to work from home, maintain a social Distance, washing hands and regularly sanitizing in order to prevent COVID19.
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