The hustler's Nation has been awakened with a powerful message from senior counsel Martha Karua. She has reacted after it was reported that the Anglican Church of Kenya Kirinyaga Diocese Bishop Joseph Kibucwa stopped Deputy President William Ruto and his entourage from addressing the Church. The ACK had banned all political addressing in the church and yesterday's move has sparked reactions among Kenyans. According to church leaders, leaders and Kenyans should seek blessing from churches rather than votes.
Yesterday, DP Ruto had his tour to Kirinyanga county where governor Ann Waiguru hosted him. DP Ruto requested all Kiriyanga's residence to support him ahead of 2022. Amid this discussion, senior Counsel Martha Karua has reacted leaving a bombshell to hustlers camp. According to Martha Karua, it was absolutely necessary for the circumstances. The political temperature has been on rising as we approach the electioneering year. Leaders are advised to unite Kenyans ahead of the polls.
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