Some hours ago, reknown pastor T Mwangi posted on his Facebook official page a script written by reverend David Oginde talking about it. According to reverend David Oginde he was saying that we as kenyan find it easy to pray for peace but rarely do we pray for justice to happen.
[Photo: DP Ruto with former CITAM Bishop David Oginde] Former Christ is the answer ministry(CITAM) presiding Bishop David Oginde has today elicited mixed after what he suggested should be done to IEBC officials irrespective of the outcome. In message shared on his social media page, Oginde made the suggestion mainly during this crucial period where Kenyans are waiting to know their next president in the hotly contested seat.
The prayer breakfast at safari park hotel will be the last one president Uhuru Kenyatta will be presiding over as he heads to retirement. Various leaders from across the political divide attended the 19th prayer breakfast themed transitions. The president and his deputy William Ruto had an opportunity to listen to powerful messages of love and forgiveness from members of the clergy who ministered.
Speaking on Citizen TV Dr David Oginde chair of evangelical Churches of Kenya and Dr Tim Kiruhi vice chancellor of international leadership university played guest to News night in an evening state of the nation interview hosted by Citizen TV journalist Wahiga Mwaura. As they scaled down the interview, Dr Oginde highlighted that both Deputy president William Ruto and Former prime minister Raila Odinga were set to meet the Church leaders on the 10th of may at different stipulated time but both failed to avail themselves.
The decision that President Uhuru Kenyatta made of locking the four major counties in Kenya which are believed to be the superspreaders of the deadly Coronavirus was not easily accepted by the citizens.
Citizen Television news an anchor Jeff Koinange hosted three clergymen Archbishop Ole Sapit, Bishop David Oginde and Sheikh Ibrahim Lethome on a Wednesday night where they discussed matters of national importance. During the interview, Sheikh Ibrahim took the opportunity to give a friendly lecture to their host Jeff Koinange who rather listened keenly to hear what he was being told.
ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga is likely to miss Today's National Prayer Day that will take place in Nairobi, even as close reports reveal that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President William Ruto have agreed to avoid politicking during the religious event that will last for not less than 2 hours.
A renowned top Bishop David Oginde has now mentioned the three powerful leaders in the country currently who can either take the country south or north based on what they will decide to do during this electioneering period. As he was speaking on a live interview, Bishop Oginde has we can actually have the best election ever should it happen that every citizen, the police and NCIC are all doing that which is required.
The surprising words from the servant of God Bishop David Oginde came on 26th May.However,his speech contains some strong truth as far as situation seem to look like as we head towards election in our nation. Today being a national prayer day,Bishop David Oginde fearlessly revealed this not only to leaders but to all citizens of this nation.
A retired Bishop from Christ is the Answer Church has written an open letter to the President of the Republic of Kenya advising him on what to do during these deadly times when the third wave of covid 19 is affecting the nation of Kenya and the citizens are busy
The president Uhuru Kenyatta during the consecration of Rev Calisto Odede at Citam Karen on Saturday, denied claims that the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) is aimed at giving him more power after 2022 elections. Uhuru declared that just as Bishop David Oginde has retired, he is also ready to go home and he is not interested in power after the two years remaining to 2022 general elections. This is after the president and ODM party leader have been criticised of using the BBI to gain them more power and time
Monday, October 26, 2020 – Bishop David Oginde of Christ is the Answer Ministries (CITAM), stunned the crowd at Bomas of Kenya after prophesying that Deputy President William Ruto and Opposition leader Raila Odinga, will be in the same camp in 2022. Speaking during the launch of the BBI report at Bomas of Kenya, Oginde left the audience perturbed when he indicated the two political arch-rivalries would work together in 2022.
Bishop David Oginde is a renowned Kenyan Gospel minister. In a recent social media post, Bishop David Oginde posted a photo of him together with his wife and daughter. He captioned, "Something to thank God for in a bleak year! Congratulations to our girl Joyce for attaining her BSc Economics and Statistics". The post was accompanied with a lot of comments from his huge social media following. Some of the comments were as follows; Jane Wanjiru Isige; " Congratulations to Joyce; may the Lord continue to bless
The relationship between president Uhuru kenyatta and his principal assistant William Ruto is at its Lowest. Yesterday, two groups allied to the two Leaders chose to wash their dirty linen in public when they caused chaos in a church function in Nyeri county where Ruto attended Prayers. The differences has attracted the attention of church leaders who have been making efforts to have them reconcile.
President- elect William Ruto today hosted religious leaders from different denominations at his Karen official residence in Nairobi two days after his resounding victory against his rival Raila Odinga of Azimio movement. Ruto said that his victory in the just concluded election is from God. He promised to continue working with religious leaders in bettering the lives of Kenyans.
President Kenyatta has revealed today that he will leave the office come 2022 when his term will be over. He said this in his speech during consecration service of Reverend Calisto Odedo which took place at Karen in Nairobi. Reverend Odedo will be replacing Bishop David Oginde who has been the Bishop for over ten years at Christ is the answer ministry CITAM. Bishop Oginde is among the religious leaders who stood in the forefront and pleased with DP Ruto and former Prime minister Raila Odinga to end their grudges
Religious leaders have called upon President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto to solve their political differences amicably for the sake of the country. While appearing on JK Live on Citizen TV on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, religious leaders; Reverent Timothy Njoya, Bishop David Oginde and Sheikh Ibrahim Lethome stated that the President and his deputy should amicably settle their political differences amicably.
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.
Evangelical houses of worship have turned into the most recent to ban politicking on the lectern after the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops and Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) banned government officials from talking in the chapel. An advisory sent to newsrooms on Friday, endorsed by Evangelical Alliance of Kenya (EAK), Chairman David Oginde and Secretary-General Nelson Makanda said the choice was reached after the leadership of EAK, county leaders, a few heads of houses of churches and the National Executive Board held a virtual meeting to survey the political status of the country.
The religious leaders argue that the two political leaders should shelve their differences and seek a lasting solution to the problems bedeviling the country. They argue that the antagonism between the duo poses a threat to the gains made by the country over the years. Appearing on JKLive on Citizen TV on Wednesday, September 1, Rev.