That President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President William Ruto could unite in the coming days is now doubtless. This follows the explosion of confirmed reports that the inter-denomination leadership has now planned to convene a meeting that will bring the two leaders together with their allies on board, in a bid to prevent the replica of what happened in 2007.
Raika VS Ruto: Swap Of Style And Tatics Coming Of Age: DP and ODM boss out of character, with Ruto appearing to project himself as the Raila of yesteryear while Odinga's approach paints him as a powerful individual straight from Deputy President's heydays in power.Uhuru, Ruto Snub Church Call For Talks
The former State House communication strategist, Dennis Itumbi on Sunday wrote an open message to the Catholic priest— Anthony Muheria. In his message which was in form of a tweet, the Blogger wanted the man of cloth to come out and say if he has received a response from the deputy president's office over the reconciliation efforts between the president and William Ruto.
Kenyans have been left puzzled this is after various leaders who attended the consecration ceremony of Rev Rose Okeno as the Bishop of Butere Diocese were all denied permission to address the mass at in Butere. Leaders including Raila Odinga, COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli, ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and Charity Ngilu all attended the ceremony but to surprise of many, the service leader ignored them and strictly followed the order without inviting them to address the congress who were eagerly waiting for their politics.
Deputy President William Ruto has been put on the spot after his earlier remarks on the proposed truce talks between him and his boss; President Uhuru Kenyatta, with whom they have fallen out. Catholic bishops had last month offered to head reunion talks between the two, warning that their enmity and exchange of bitter words and verbal attacks are very unhealthy for the country.
Kabando Wa Kabando has alleged that the re-union between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President William Ruto is far from becoming a reality owing to the recent moves in the political scene. Speaking on Citizen TV yesterday, Kabando argued that best decision for the two leaders is to match forward until the 2022 general elections.
Sources privy to State House have confirmed that President Uhuru Kenyatta could be planning a pact with his Deputy William Ruto, which will see the two leaders unite again. The reports comes a day after reports emerged that the inter-denomination leadership, led by Archi-Bishop of Nyeri Antony Muheria are now planning to convene a meeting that will bring the two leaders(president Uhuru Kenyatta and DP Ruto) together.
"God bless you all and His Name be praised forever"Archbishops Muheria words after being discharged.
The Archbishop Antony Muheria have been diacharged from the hospital after recovering from tge pandemic. He took his time to thank God and the christian fratenity who took time to pray for his recovery. He praised the doctors and nurses who are dedicated to serve and assist the affected people. He continued to urge the government to provide conducive working environment for the health workers, thus providing the protective equipment for them. The priests, religious men and women have played a great role in prayers
Breakthrough In Pushing For Uhuru-Ruto's 'Handshake' As Catholic Archbishop Antony Muheria Says This
For the past couple of weeks, six senior religious leaders have been burning the midnight oil in trying to unite President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto following the political tension across the country, and their public outburst. Led by Mombasa Catholic Archbishop Antony Muheria, the leaders comprising of Jackson ole Sapit heading the Anglican Church of Kenya, Kisumu Catholic Archdiocese Philip Anyolo, and Bishops David Oginde and Robert Lang’at of the African Gospel Church said they were optimism that their plan will work.
Catholic Archbishop from Nyeri who heads the interreligious committee appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta, Most Reverend Antony Muheria has urged the religious groups to be more cautious especially now that the numbers of congregants has shot. Addressing the matter on Sunday morning through a vernacular radio station, the bishop has said that as much as the rules allow the elderly, those between the age of 58- 65 years, that it would be best if they worshipped at home moreso those who have prevailing conditions.
For along period of time, politicians have been using churches as places of carrying out their campaigns. This is not good as a church is considered as a holy place. Matters to do with churches should be adhered to and no one should go against it. Today, many church leaders have reacted differently towards the politicians hobby of carrying out campaigns in church.
Church Covid Regulations Now Revised. Photo: Most Rev Muheria The Interfaith Council of Kenya has revised the regulations churches have to follow when attending church for starting from Tuesday 18th August 2020. In a circular issued to all churches in Kenya, the the chairman of Interfaith Council Most Reverend Antony Muheria, has programmed several changes starting in two weeks time. The Interfaith Council of Kenya has amended the regulations as follows: The age limit for those attending church services have
The chairperson of National interfaith council on covid 19, Bishop Antony Muheria have warned politians against presiding political gatherings whom he termed as the super spreaders of coronavirus. Muheria who spoke after meeting the brought together meeting together with interior minister CS Fred Matiang'i and CS With his counter part CS Mutahi kagwe also called on PSV owners to observe the covid 19 protocols.
When the President Opened the places of worship he requested the interfaith committee that was created to lay down the measures that should be observed in the places of worship to inform the religious leaders on the guidelines for self the regulation. Later the Interfaith Committee came out and informed the religious leaders the protocols to be followed in the places of worship, among those measures to be observed is, Congregants to keep a distance of at least 1.5 metres when they meet, all worshipers to wear
Nyeri Catholic Archdiocese Archbishop Antony Muheria confirmed that he had contracted covid-19 and was currently hospitalised at Mater hospital. He confirmed this through a message he sent to the Nyeri Priest. Many people were shocked by the news and other confirmed that they now believed covid-19 was real. Details have now emerged that Archbishop Muheria could have contracted covid-19 while presiding over the ordination of a priest over a week ago. The ordination event was held at Giakabei Catholic Parish in
Covid-19: The Interfaith Council Has Banned Processions And Night Vigils As Easter Nears.
Mbooni MP Erastsus Kivasu has assured church leaders that he will distribute enough sanitizers and masks ahead of the reopening of churches. The MP met church leaders at his office, where he distributed tanks, sanitizers, and masks to be used in the churches after reopening. Kivasu’s moves in a bid to help the fight against Covid-19 in the area and also help the churches follow the stipulated guidelines. His move comes days after the interfaith council headed by Bishop Antony Muheria issued guidelines to the
It was long awaited day that the president had organised for prayers to be held on 10th October. Many expected that high rank political leaders would attend in large numbers but amazingly only the president, his deputy, some cabinet secretaries and some governors not forgetting the church leaders who were invited in large numbers to conduct the prayers Many citizens expected that some of the politician were to be given a chance to speak but as the plan was to beg God to heal the nation. The prayer day spent
Catholic Diocese of Kitui is no longer under the apostolic administration of Archbishop Antony Muheria after the new bishop has been enthroned. Bishop Joseph Mwongela in a mass that was attended by fifteen bishops and led by Apostolic Nuncio to Kenya Hurbertus van Megen alongside His Eminence Cardinal John Njue in St Charles Lwanga School grounds was charged and installed with the new duties. COVID-19 pandemic has made the event to be delayed as it was set for August 8 only to be pushed to today. Part of the
President Uhuru Kenyatta in has address on the current COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted various issues. Among the major issues and directions of the head of state were the areas of sports, restaurants, bars and the curfew. The restaurants have gained heavily where the closing hours have been added an extra hour. They have been permitted to close at eight in the evening.President Uhuru Kenyatta in a meeting. Photo/Courtesy. ￼Ministry of health with bar owners have been instructed to discuss on the way forward