President Uhuru Kenyatta few days ago, announced new rules and regulations to combat Covid-19 third wave spread. Among those were gatherings in the churches, which were to be carried out in adherence with protocols provided, while in six counties of Kiambu, Nairobi, Nakuru, Kajiado and Machakos, it was suspended till further notice.
Today, drama ensured in Ongata Rongai, after a pastor of Jesus Celebration Church lashed out at police officers, who had stormed his church to enforce Covid-19 protocols.One of the congregants, took the video as the police engages with them man of God.
It is reported that the Police explained in details to the pastor, who is called Peter Mwarabu, that the church was breaking the rules set by President Uhuru, that all churches were closed till further notice in six counties, claimed to be heavily infected with Covid-19.
The church then issued a statement to its followers, tha the church service has been disrupted by the police,although they had followed President Uhuru's directives.
Here is the link to watch as Pastor Peter argues with the police.
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