President William Ruto has sent a request to the clergy who attended the thanksgiving prayer at the State House.Speaking during the event, President Ruto urged the clergy to put the state house compound in prayers.The President speaking moments before the attendees of the prayers had their lunch urged the clergy not to leave the statehouse immediately."Please don't leave after lunch,speak a word of blessing in this compound,"stated Ruto.The President went on to urge those among the clergy who can pray in tongues to do so in the event.He urged them not to leave immediately but to walk around the house on the hill praying and speaking in tongues."To you all, don't be in a hurry to leave.Walk around state house as you pray in tongues,"stated the president.What is your take on this plea by President Ruto? Kindly drop in your comments as you like share and follow this channel for more exclusive articles.Remember to preach peace and spread love as we get back to nation building activities.
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