Born a Catholic and studied at St Mary’s school, President Uhuru has always been a prayerful person. Yes, he does not canvass the country giving donations every Sunday but he is prayerful nonetheless.
Remember when Pope Francis came to visit the country? You could have mistaken our president to be the altar boy. He looked contrite and prayerful in the presence of Papal. He did not look out of place as he had grown with the traditions of Roman Catholic. And even when he visits churches or meets the clergy, you can see the utmost respect he gives to them.
Yesterday in Kitui, the president let go the burdens of running this country. This was during the official opening of Our Lady of Protection Shrine in Museve Kitui County.
The president for a brief moment was a free man. All the stress of running a country of over 50 million Kenyans was released. He dedicated the country to Almighty God to take control. He invited God to hold his hand as he steers the nation towards stability and prosperity.
The president was accompanied by a plethora of Ukambani leaders including Kalonzo Musyoka and Charity Ngilu. He was also in the company of Central Bank Governor Patrick Njoroge and his brother Archbishop Antony Muheria.
The Central Bank of Kenya Governor Patrick Njoroge, his brother Archbishop Anthony Muheria and their parents pledged to contribute Ksh25 million towards the building of a church in Kitui County