In the recent days, there has been some differences between some church leaders and some political leaders which got the church ban politics from the pulpits.
The Church tried it's best to reconsile Deputy President William Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta who have been in loggerheads for a long time, but their efforts yielded no fruits.
However today, Prominent lawyer Njiru has come out accusing the Church of picking sides only to try and justify themselves by banning politics in their zones.
Speaking on TV47 morning cafe show, the lawyer stated: "When the church realized they have been captured by the political class, they started saying politics is banned in church. Why now when we are almost ending the term that the church has realized there is disunity between Uhuru and Ruto?"
This is a huge claim from the advocate as some of the church leaders are biased and are picking sides instead of staying neutral.
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