Following his remarks cautioning Hon. George Kaluma, Member of Parliament for Homa Bay Town Constituency, and other politicians against playing god and passing judgment on others, former Chief Justice Dr. Willy Mutunga has left Kenyans talking.
Dr. Willy Mutunga said that MP Hon. George Kaluma's act was equivalent to playing with God in response to Kaluma's tweet that churches needed some regulation after he claimed that some churches cannot take anyone to heaven through a video clip he shared. As he cautioned against passing judgment on others, he questioned politicians about how they would feel if the same were done to them. He claimed that God should have the authority to make judgments.
Dr. Willy Mutunga said, “So, you play God on this issue? If we did that to all of you politicians how would feel? We don’t own nor represent God in these matters. Let God be the judge. Ever heard of the Swahili saying, Nyani haoni kundule?
Mp Kaluma had tweeted, “This kind of Church can't take anyone to Heaven. There's need to regulate churches!”
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