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Gospel Musician Pastor Ruth Wamuyu Lauds Governor Sakaja for Allowing Monthly Open Air Prayer Session in City

Byadmin

Apr 13, 2024

Celebrated gospel musician Ruth Wamuyu has lauded Nairobi City County Governor Johnson Sakaja for allowing her and fellow Christian faithful to hold prayers in the Central Business District (CBD).
Pastor Wamuyu, a well known top Kikuyu gospel musician, who is famed for her hit songs like “Ni Gukena” and “Amukira Ngatho” and also ministers as a Pastor at Victors Assembly Church.
Earlier in the week, Wamuyu took to her Instagram pages to express gratitude for the commencement of open-air prayer meetings in Nairobi, which she described as historic.
Pastor Wamuyu was over the moon after the Sakaja administration allowed her and her team to hold monthly open-air prayers in the city. She described the spiritual session held in Nairobi CBD as a prayer watch moment for Kenya’s capital city.
According to the minister, just as it is named, the prayer session will be held every month, and the prayers will focus on addressing the spiritual needs of Nairobi.
She disclosed that Governor Sakaja and a Member of the County Assembly representing the CBD area Mwaniki Kwenya had given her and her team the liberty to choose different spots to hold the monthly prayer watch sessions.
“This is historic for Nairobi. We convey our gratitude to the great leadership of our able H.E. Governor Johnson Sakaja, in conjunction with CBD-MCA Honorable Kwenya Mwaniki, for allowing us to choose any spot in the CBD and call on God for the prosperity of our city. Jeremiah 33:9 guides us as we pray in,” Pastor Wamuyu said.

She said the opportunity to align Nairobi’s vision with God’s will was spiritual, and she cited Jeremiah 33:9 as the scripture anchor for the prayer watch.
Many leaders across the country have been calling for prayers as the first point of solution for troubles bedeviling different sectors
Recently, President William Ruto called on Christian missionaries to take the gospel to areas where livestock banditry was prevalent.

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