Kenyans have elicited mixed reactions after the Orange Democratic Movement ODM party Director of Public Communications Mr Philip Etale shared photos of some pastors praying holding deputy president William Ruto's photos.
From the photos that are since circulating, the pasties can be seen with two photos one holding one on his hand and the other one placed on sone stones that have been stacked together.
It is not yet clear where these photos were taken from but they have made Kenyans elicit different reactions with sone noting that there was nothing wrong with the pastors praying for the deputy president William Ruto.
On the other hand, sone other Kenyans have criticised the pastors noting that it was wrong to pretend to be praying using the portraits of the deputy president William Ruto dating it is like idol worship.
Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans to the new development by Philip Etale.
"That’s a white man’s perception ,the truth is no one knows the the truth,we worshiped God even before they came."Collins
"Infct the very reason he was chased away from Heaven is equating to God himself,by we forgive them for they know not what they are doing,they should be made to understand that Rais ni baba"William
"The special blessed clan house of levi of kumira kumira chant are at it again. Today uhuru part of uhuruto is stale and sour but ruto part of it deserves tweyo gi lemo ohok"Kennedy
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