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Ruto, Raila and Mudavadi's Common Message that has left Kenyans Talking

Most faithful believers worship on Sunday. It was therefore a busy day in most churches and on the streets thereafter. Politicians are also members of the christian community. They joined the rest in giving thanks to their creator. There was a ban by some churches to restrict political leaders from addressing congregants. This was criticized by both religious leaders and others.

Deputy President William Ruto was in Meru county where he joined Kenyans at AIPCA church. When given a chance, he preached peace. He even called upon the church to allow everyone in church. He later took to his social media and spread the same message of peace and unity.

The former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was also not left behind. He was in the company of many other people in PCEA church Nanyuki. He also spread the gospel of peace and unity. He said that it is good thing for Kenyans to coexist in harmony.

Musalia Mudavadi was in Gilgil Nakuru county. He also has the same message. He even called other leaders to preach peace. It pained him to note that 90% of the church he was at Eburu is filled with IDPs.

It seems like the narrative has changed. All what Kenya needs now is a peaceful environment.

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