Kenya has started political season and politicians utilise every small gathering to seek superiority. Recently politicians have been seen moving around the country in the hunt for votes. They have been seen to attend funerals, weddings, harambee and also church services. As a norm politicians seems to be far from their voter after elections and they rarely attend gatherings.
When election are closer they resurface again and they need is clue and be directed where people are meeting and they might even turn up without an invitation. Others attend church services not to seek spiritual life but on political grounds. Some churches have banned politicians from the church.
Do you think allowing the politicians in church can change them. Most analyst term political as a dirty job. The deputy president in his opinion gave his view on the issue and said the politicians should be given a chance and this may draw them near to God. He added and said people will see heaven through the church and it is the only way.
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