A file photo of Dagoretti North Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Simba Arati talking with Raila Odinga.
According to details, the gubernatorial candidate stormed out of the church after he was denied a chance to address the congregants which could be a sign of bad reputation against the same church.
He is accused of trying to portray the church in bad faith with a source claiming that the church wants to teach other politicians against politics in church.
"It is unfortunate that some political leaders give donations to the church as a way of wanting to have an audience right inside the church. We need to approach matters of Christianity and church with a lot of care and sobriety.”the source disclosed.
During the same church function, the presiding Bishop is said to have warned that they will not allow politicians to bring politics in church since it's likely to divide the Christians.
The church event had also been graced by a representative of the Head of the Catholic church in the country Pope Francis of the Assisi.
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