For along period of time, politicians have been using churches as places of carrying out their campaigns. This is not good as a church is considered as a holy place. Matters to do with churches should be adhered to and no one should go against it.
Yesterday many church leaders reacted differently towards the politicians hobby of carrying out campaigns in church. According to archbishop Antony muheria he said that The more we let politics or money take the center stage, God will be more and more silent and he think we are bringing a curse on ourselves by putting God aside because of money.
Some hours ago private detective Jane Mugo has reacted on the story saying that everybody should be allowed to go to church whether a sinner, believers, non believers, politicians and the world. He added and said that people should be sincere since church leaders need to be paid salaries and have pending projects. He come out with an idea that instead politicians need to be adviced to preach peace, to stop corruption and to stop misusing freedom of speech.
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