Bishop Lambert Mbela of the Redeemed Gospel Church, Jesus Healing Sanctuary – Mikindani, Mombasa said President Uhuru and DP Ruto should not be blamed over protocols that are in place in the fight against Covid-19.
Bishop Mbela speaking during a church service attended by DP Ruto said President Uhuru and the DP love the church saying they did not make the decision for places of worship to still operate under strict guidelines due to Covid-19.
“President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto have got no problem with the church. It’s on record, they even attributed their victory in the election publicly and gave God the glory. And that is why Ruto is here today,” said the Bishop.
Bishop Mbela claimed there are some officials in the government who want to make money and that is why they allowed Public Service Vehicles (PSV) to resume carrying passengers at full capacity.
The Bishop excited the congregants as he said he should also be allowed to hold a crusade since some people are only after money and their businesses yet the church is left to suffer.
“There are a few elements in the government who behave as if the church does not exist. Matatu and planes are at full capacity but you want social distancing in the church. Somebody decided, let’s make money and starve the church. We are not happy,” said Bishop Mbela.
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