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President Ruto leads Thanks giving prayers at State House

His excellency President William Ruto has jetted back into the country after his 10-day tour in the United States of America (USA) and the United Kingdom after attending the burial precession of late Queen Elizabeth and addressing his debuts at the United Nations 77th meeting in Newyork.

The inter-faith Thanksgiving Prayer service was on Sunday held at State House, Nairobi. State officials trickled in the early morning in the event officiated by President William Ruto.

First Lady Rachel Ruto and Members of Clergy, Bishops, and together with some of the guests from different Religions and denominations were present.

"Welcome friends welcome everybody to this Thanksgiving service because of what God has done to us as I said we are a product of Prayer and we are here because of Prayer."

"We have come here to thank God for the victory of our nation it is not a victory of those who won the election it is a victory for Kenya to have a peaceful election to have an election like no other.

"We are being celebrated across the world for a peaceful transparent election and all glory goes to God. I know many of you have visited me once or twice in different places we have met in your churches we have made in many meetings some of you have come to Karen to pray for us.

President William Ruto said Kenyans still have a lot to be grateful for. He was responding to concerns on praying about the past General elections that he emerged victorious.

"We thank God for everything thank you our spiritual fathers thank you ma'am wairimu and the spiritual mothers who are here thank you very much for standing in the gap for our nation.

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