Tough Question Cleophas Malala Allegedly Wants Archbishop Ole Sapit to Respond to After Yesterday's Saga
Kakamega Senator Hon Cleophas Malala has made his remarks after leader were denied an opportunity to make their political statement yesterday in Butere Girls High School. As a result they walked out in protest a thing that was not very welcomed by kenyan. According to a renown blogger Gabriel Oguda Senator Malala has told Ole Sapit that it was good if he allowed the leaders to make their statement.
Anglican Archbishop Ole Sapit bans politicians from addressing congregants. Raila and Mudavadi not allowed to address congregation in Butere. Sapit says politicians should attend church services like other worshippers. Pastoralists in Garissa counting losses as livestock die from drought. Water sources and pasture have all diminished with the drought.
Political analyst Herman Manyora has opposed Anglican Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit’s move to ban all politicians from speaking in church. Manyora said it is against what Kenyans do in church adding that guests are allowed to speak during a church service and special guests like politicians are given their special time to speak.
A number of politicians who are allied to the deputy president of Kenya, honorable William Ruto have broken their silence after the banishment of Politicking in churches. Photo:Courtesy In an incident that happened yesterday, Arch Bishop Ole Sapit revealed that they were not going to allow Kenyan politicians to speak in church or rather engage themselves in politics while attending these churches.
Days after political utterance were banned in the Anglican Church's pulpit, the deputy president has pulled a smart one. The archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya, Ole Sapit has shocked many after he banned politicians rom politicking in Church in a service graced by Raila Odinga, Mudavadi, Wetangula among other leaders.
Ruto's Campaign Takes New Angle As He Meets These Leaders, His Plans Under Final Stage To Meet Uhuru
The DP Ruto finally held a meeting with the spiritual leaders from Makueni county as he plans to attract their attention and support ahead of 2022 general elections. The DP MST the leaders as he burst at Raila Odinga over his building bridges initiative (BBI). The DP said that the BBI could have entrenched an imperial presidency ahead of the 2022 polls.
That is poor journalism" Mudavadi bashes journalists who claim he and stormed out of Butere angrily.
After leaving Butere, where the Anglican Church was having a consecration ceremony for its new first elected Bishop, Mudavadi and Wetangula beelined for Muranga for a special meeting organized by Sabina Chege in bid to bring development for a girls school in her region. They travelled in style in the comfort of two luxurious choppers and began by thanking Muranga women rep Sabina Chege for setting the meeting in her representative region.
What the head of the Anglican church did that might shield the church from shame and ridicule. Corona epidemic has caused alot of inconveniences in Kenya.All sectors of human behavior have been affected in one way or the other.The epidemic forced the authorities to come up with stringent measures to carve the spread of the virus Public gatherings were banned to a greater extent.
Hours after he made headlines when barred politicians from speaking during the consecration and enthronement service of Bishop Rose Okeno, ACK archbishop Ole Sapit is back at it again. Speaking to a local Radio station on Monday morning, the man of God said he's going to make another declaration next Sunday that will bar ACK religious leaders from travelling to politicians homes.
The Nyeri Bishop Anthony Muheria has followed in the footsteps of Bishop Ole Sapit who burned politicians from speaking in churches. Speaking on KTN News today, Muheria has affirmed that it's not a must for politicians to come and speak in churches. According to Bishop Muheria it's clear the country is experiencing an upsurge of politicians taking over the churches.
Deputy President William Ruto could not resist talking about politics just days after agreeing with Anglican Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit. Ruto during a brief visit to The African Church of The Holy Spirit in Malava, Kakamega County took the opportunity to talk about what he wants to deliver to Kenyans as he used the Bible to deliver his message.
The Anglican Church of Kenya has been trending for days now after their event that was held on Sunday where coronation of Rose Okeno as a bishop of Butere was being done. A lot has been said concerning the decision by Archbishop Ole Sapit to ban all politicians from speaking during services of ACK churches across the country.
Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has lauded the move by ACK Archbishop Joseph Ole Sapit of banning politicians from using the pulpit for their own selfish interests. Kinyanjui stated that such places of worship are sacred, and thus they should be treated with respect. As quoted by the Star, Kinyanjui took a swipe at the Deputy President William Ruto claiming that he has been using resources to advance his 'political rhetoric.'
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi has denied allegations that he attend church service in the West after being denied the opportunity to speak to participants. Reports indicate that Mudavadi stormed out of the grounds of Butere Girls Secondary School after ACK Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit announced that politicians would not be allowed to give speeches.
ACK Archbishop has today disclosed that he is looking to lock all politicians from addressing his flocks in the near future, speaking to NTV this afternoon Ole Sappit claimed that he is not going to entertain politicians in churches after realizing their main intentions,Sapit claimed politicians are bringing politics in church instead of letting the church spread the word of God, yesterday the bold Archbishop told top politicians in western Kenya that they are not going to talk in the consecration of Bishop Nereya who was taking charge of Butere parish.
Kimilili Member of Parliament Hon Didmus Barasa speaking during a past meeting. (Photo courtesy). Kimilili Member of Parliament Hon Didmus Barasa, has alleged that the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga and his allies conspired with Bishop Joseph Ole Sapit, to prevent politicians from speaking during yesterday's even in Butere during the ordination of Bishop Rose Okeno.
"We Are ALL Sinners" Top Vocal Politician Openly Blushes Off Religious Leaders For Intimidating Them
It is said politics is a dirty game,at the same time scholars argue that religion and politics are definitely intertwined such that you cannot separate them. The big question aroused whether churches can be converted into political arena on Sunday in Western region when archbishop Ole Sapit decided to suspend politics in the presence of former prime minister Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi and other dignitaries,the session that invited several attention amongst individuals.
Former NASA principal honorable Musalia Mudavadi has come out to say what he exactly did before leaving the church service that was hosted by the Anglican Church of Kenya in Butere, Kakamega County. According Musalia, he had already informed the archbishop that he was going to leave earlier before the service would come to an end hence the reason why people should stop politicking about what happened.
Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit has today narrated the reason behind amani national congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi storming out of a historical event that was taking place in Butere yesterday. He went ahead and defended Mudavadi over media reports that the amani national congress party leader walked out in protest after he was barred from politicking.
Anglican church of Kenya archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit has asked members of the church to distance themselves from politics and stick to evangelism. In an interview with Kenya broadcasting cooperation,he added that clerics are banned from visiting politicians homes who invite them to seek for political directions saying that it was not the reason they were called to serve the church.