'No Campaigns In Churches'. Politicians Seek The Face Of God As Churches In Western Remain Closed.

Sabarasa

The earlier meeting, held by the Pentecostal Churches Of East Africa (PCEA), notified church leaders not to allow politicians to do politics or any form of campaign in its churches, the SG Dr. Waihenga said that the church Altar must be respected.

However, many Politicians are now seeking the face of God; knowing that they have limited time before elections.

Today Sunday, the deputy president William Ruto managed to attend his Sunday service in Kiambu County. Deputy president William Ruto, attended his service at New Breed City Chapel, Kaimbu Road, Kaimbu County.

William Ruto took this time to appreciate the church for the work doing. He also added that God will help kenyans to choose leaders after his own heart. He further contributed to church fundraising.

The Wiper leader Kalonzo Msyoka was not left behind, he managed to attend Sunday service at Cathedral of Praise Imara Daima, Embakasi South.

Even at this happens, churches in Western region are still closed following the new orders from the government.The Government banned all gatherings including worships until 30th July.

Therefore, even as worshipers in this region wait for the next directive from the Government, they are encouraged to attend online services.

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