On Tuesday 21st of September, Kenyans on social media were left scratching their heads while other expressed displeased opinions after photos of Catholic church in Nyamache Sub-County (Kisii) emerged.
According to the photos shared by Edina Kwamboka whose an ardent supporter of Deputy President William Ruto and his entire Husler Nation camp, the Church's roof is seen torned beyond repair. Below are the photos;
Just by the look of how the Church looks like, one would definitely note that the congregants lack a better worshiping environment.
Below are few of Kenyans opinions over the photos;
@Naiba Kevin~ "Yani akuna mwanasiasa ameona hi kanisa awajenge?".
According to most of the comments, the Church's leaders are the ones to be blamed due to the fact offerings are normally collected which could have been used to maintain the Church.
What is your opinion over this matter? Do you think the Church leaders should be blamed for the Church's state?
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