Uhuru urges churches to back his socio-economic agenda

August 14, 2016 5:31 pm
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He called on every Kenyan to put in effort in bringing the country together and shun ethnicity/PSCU
He called on every Kenyan to put in effort in bringing the country together and shun ethnicity/PSCU

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 14 – President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged churches to help the government in achieving the social economic agenda for the country.

He said the government cannot accomplish the agenda without the help of its citizens.

Overview
  • He said the government cannot accomplish the agenda without the help of its citizens.
  • He called on every Kenyan to put in effort in bringing the country together and shun ethnicity.
  • President Kenyatta was speaking during the dedication ceremony of the Sh1 billion state of the art sanctuary in Karen by the Faith Evangelistic Ministries.

He called on every Kenyan to put in effort in bringing the country together and shun ethnicity.

President Kenyatta was speaking during the dedication ceremony of the Sh1 billion state of the art sanctuary in Karen by the Faith Evangelistic Ministries.

“There is no greater gift than impacting and helping those who are less fortunate, we can do a lot if we stand together as a nation,” he stated while congratulating the Faith Evangelistic Ministries for feeding and taking care of about 400 challenged children in their outreach programmes.

He urged Kenyans to unite and help those in need.

The sanctuary can hold over 4,000 worshipers, has a medical dispensary, minister lounges and executive offices.

“This is a clear indication that with dedication, commitment and the belief that God makes everything possible you can do exploits,” President Kenyatta explained.

Other leaders and dignitaries at the event included Deputy President Ruto’s wife Rachel Ruto, Kiambu Governor William Kabogo and renowned Preacher Reinhard Bonnke.

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