The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga is one of those who will be vying for the presidential seat come 2022 general elections.The ODM leader has been on tiresome campaigns across the country, seeking for votes from the citizens.
Over the weekend, the former prime minister Raila was captured in AIC church in Naivasha while wearing a hat. According to bible, men are not allowed to put on hats while in church.
The post that was made on twitter account by Kimani attracted mixed reactions as shown below:
@Johanes the Loyalist
This is not the way to go even in the church! Raila Disrespected God today.
@Mundu Wa Ngai
For a man indeed ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God; but woman is the glory of man.
People bother about irrelevant things! How about you call him out on his silence when kenyans are subjected to incompetence leadership!
Also, what is a church? I believe the most important thing is one's rshp wt their creator, not these absurdities associated wt the 'church'!
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