Bishop Nyarieko while revealing the church’s plan said after the sermon the church will collect offerings from church members.
Bishop Nyarieko shared a light moment as he said the church will expect a big offering this Sunday because of the visitors who visited the Deliverance Church International in Kisii County.
The Bishop left DP Ruto laughing as he said because of the people that came with Ruto to the church service, the church’s offering will be huge.
“After the word, we will collect the offerings. I think it will be a big one because of the people behind the president,” said the Bishop as the people reacted in excitement as the DP is seen lifting his hand while laughing.
Bishop Nyarieko quickly corrected himself as he called Ruto the deputy president amid claps for the congregants.
After the sermon, the Bishop again excited the congregants as he did not allow anyone to come in front to bring their offerings as he asked the ushers to pass the offering baskets to the congregants while they were seated.
Bishop Nyarieko said the move was so as to protect DP Ruto from being crowded by excited congregants.
“Our ushers have offering baskets and they will pass by you. Nobody is allowed to bring offerings here at the front. Normally your excellency we bring our offerings at the front but for your security we will not allow that. We don’t want to see someone jumping on you as they bring their offerings,” he said.
The second in command however did not disappoint as he donated Sh1 million during the church service with a promise of giving another Sh1 million at a later date.
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