The president of Kenya William Ruto has made it clear that he wants statehouse to turn into a house of prayer. According to Ruto, it's obvious he wants around 50 clergy and bishops to pray for Statehouse so that it can turn into a house of National unity as opposed to divisions.
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According to President Ruto statehouse was previously turned into a source of hatred but it's a source of blessings. He is hopeful that his efforts to turn Kenya into a God fearing nation will succeed so that the country can move forward progressively.
President Ruto is clear as we move into the future, the statehouse that used to host drunkards and drug lords will today be a house of prayer. However as we move into the future, it's obvious president Ruto is focused on changing the country for the better.
The president wants Kenyans to view Statehouse as a place where blessings can thrive for it's the symbol of National Unity. He is clear that his rise from the trenches to become the president of Kenya has indeed been through the hand of God for it was never easy.
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