Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo and Suna East member of parliament Junet Mohamed were the guest in the Citizen TV's Jk live show that was conducted yesterday on Wednesday. In this discussion William Kabogo took his time to narrate to Kenyans on how God assist people in making decisions rather than choosing leaders for them.
Kabogo said that it is God who answers the prayers of the people after they have expressed their believe in a certain presidential candidate. He continued by saying that God answers the prayers of the people by giving them the leader that they want.
He continued by giving a story of Jesus and the Pontius Pilate revealing that the people demanded Jesus to be released instead of the other person who was detained alongside Jesus saying that it is the will of the people that was expressed in that circumstance and not what the leaders wanted. He said this letter narating the importance of giving people an opportunity to choose a leader that they want.
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