A 65-year-old bishop Peter Machiuka of Harvest Christian Church in Meru Igembe North is set to cover 300 kilometers on foot from Meru to Nairobi to deliver a message to President William Ruto to serve Kenyans equally without discrimination.
Bishop Machiuka who once engaged in a similar walk in 2021 to deliver a message to President Ruto that he was the appointed leader and that he was going to win the election, said that President Ruto should focus on serving all Kenyans regardless of those who voted for him or not.
“I have a prophetic message of thanksgiving that I am going to deliver to President William Ruto for the peaceful election that Kenya had and that he should serve all Kenyans equally without discrimination,” he said.
The bishop who was accompanied by five members of his church who among them was his wife Julia Mukomua Machiuka and daughter Joy Ngatha Machiuka urged Kenyans to embrace peace and support President William Ruto in order for him to deliver on his manifestoes.
Speaking to the press in Embu on the third day of his journey, bishop Machiuka said that he engaged in a 300 kilometers walk as a sacrifice and thanksgiving to God for the peaceful 2022 election and for healing Kenya from Covid-19.
He said that his 300 kilometers walk started on Sunday November 27 and that he is expecting to get to Nairobi on December 2 and meet President Ruto to deliver his message to him at the state house.
He added that he is expecting to hold prayers at the Statehouse with the president as a thanksgiving to God for the peaceful election that was witnessed on August 9.
The bishop called on Kenyans from various counties to support those who have been affected by the drought by donating food to them.
The bishop who comes from Kamweline village in Kabachi ward Igembe North urged Kenyans to remain united.
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