President Ruto will on Sunday attend a thanksgiving prayer service in Bomet County.
The Head of State will grace a prayer service at the Bomet Green Stadium in Bomet Central Sub-county and later on engage area residents.
He will be accompanied by a host of elected leaders from the region.
The College of Bishops in Bomet County has asked leaders to be tolerant of each other ahead of President William Ruto’s Sunday visit to the County.
In a joint media presser led by Bishop Wilson Kosgei, they urged politicians to shun supremacy battles in the region.
Bishop Ezekiel further added that it’s high time that the country moves in the same direction in unison.
Time for politicking elapsed, the President will be visiting Bomet for a thanksgiving ceremony which is intended to unite all of our people from all political divides, through this we are going to live in peace as the country moves forward through the same direction,” explained Bishop Kosgei
In their statement, the clergy further asked Kenyans and different parties to work with the government of the day and offer a conducive environment for it to deliver on its manifesto.
This will be President Ruto’s maiden visit to Bomet County since he was sworn in as the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya.
By Lamech Willy