Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions. A myriad of them remains in a happy mood hailing the turn of events currently happening at Statehouse, Nairobi county.
Among the popular preachers spotted at Statehouse today is the controversial pastor, Pius Muiru. Who joined other religious leaders for the event.
His presence has stired speculations. As some kenyans hailed the move by Ruto to convene such a prayer event graced by Pastor Pius. Alleging that indeed Kenyan republic needs such 'prayerful' and God-fearing leaders.
Below is the Facebook image;Others on the contrary have dragged and linked Pastor Pius to the murky political waters.
The bishop who once ran for the presidency seat and allegedly garnered 3 votes has become a laughing stock among online critics who continued to question his presence at Statehouse today.
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