Popular political figures have been seen of lately focusing on empowering the churches and many Kenyans are considering this as a way of campaigning ahead of the 2022 General elections.Deputy President William Ruto was pictured at African Holy Ghost Christian Church,Huruma in Nairobi County and the leader emphasized that his support to the church will not sieze and it is high time that billions of money should be put to the work of God. Hon.Musalia Mudavadi was also not left behind as he was seen at the Jesus Teaching Ministry at Embakasi west which was led by Apostle Peter Manyuru.
Kalonzo Musyoka was seen attending to a service at the Cathedral of Praise-Imara Daima which was led by Bishop Jonah Obonyo.This is a clear indication of how Kenyan politics is transforming and shaping into leaders driven by the work of God.Here are some of the reactions from netizens:
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