The president of Kenya William Ruto accompanied by his deputy president Rigathi Gachagua, Nairobi county governor Johnson Sakaja and other leaders today were among the congregants at the citam Karen branch as they celebrated 25 years of service to God.
Taking to his Facebook page, Sakaja highlighted the event and thanked the congregation for being lively during the service and having a blessed day.
"A blessed celebration of 25 years of CITAM Karen. Thank you for being a light. Congratulations on your Silver Jubilee," he wrote.
However, what I noticed from the photos posted by Sakaja is a unique arrangements in the walking position 0f the president, his first lady, the deputy president among other leaders.
As we usually know, it is always upright for the president and his first lady to occupy the red carpet right in front of everyone, followed by Rigathi Gachagua who is the deputy.
But in this case, it was not the same as president Ruto was walking with one leg out of the carpet while Rigathi Gachagua on the other hand was walking on the bare ground. The red carpet had been occupied by the church leaders of the citam Karen branch as they headed to the church.
View the photos below.
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