After the Catholic and Anglican Churches of Kenya (ACK) forbade politicians from the pulpit, political expert Herman Manyora said that Deputy President William Ruto is the largest loser. Political expert on KTN News said that opponents of the DP had government clout, giving them a wide range of choices to continue their campaigns.
As his norm on Sundays's the Deputy President was out on a church session again Yesterday. He joined the Anglican Churches of Kenya at St. Pauls Athi River in Machakos county for their service. After the delighting and nourishing service, the second in command shared about his day in the social media. As expected that was the onset of a horde of replies from all across the nation. Those in support and those that are against him. In expressing their opinions some even found themselves arguing at the section.
In spite of last week's notice from senior pastors, legislators are as yet rushing temples to address the gathering. DP President William Ruto went to the assistance at the AIPCA church in Kiambu. Apparently mindful of the summon to keep legislators from the lectern, Dr Ruto cited sacred text, saying favored is the supplier, not the recipient.
Despite senior clerics' warnings last week, politicians continue to flood churches to speak to the audience. The AIPCA Gathaithi church in Githunguri, Kiambu County, hosted Deputy President William Ruto for a Sunday worship. Dr. Ruto, who appeared to be aware of the push to keep politicians out of the pulpit, cited scripture, noting that the gift is blessed, not the recipient.
The current Kirinyaga Women Representative and one of the 2022 Kirinyaga County gubernatorial aspirant's, Honorable Purity Ngiciri was today Sunday barred from addressing church congregants forcing her to adress a press outside the Church. This has come just days after Catholic and Anglican Churches of Kenya banned Politicians from using Church pulpits for their political gains.
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Deputy President William Ruto attended the AIPCA Gathaithi church in Githunguri, Kiambu County, for a Sunday service. Despite senior clerics' warnings last week, politicians continue to come to churches to speak to the audience. The service at the AIPCA church in Kiambu was attended by Deputy President William Ruto.
Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday landed at Machakos county to attend a church function at Anglican Churches of Kenya (ACK) st Paul's in Athi River. However, Ruto's visit turned into a political event immediately after the second in command arrived at Athi River town early in the morning as hundreds of residents and locals turned up in large numbers to receive the rare visitor into their town. Ruto was accorded a VIP reception as he made a grand entrance which continued to attract a huge crowd of people