Deputy president William Ruto is not happy following the recent decisions by Kenyan churches. From churches saying they won’t be receiving money from politicians to banning politics completely.
The latest was by the Anglican church.
The Anglican Church of Kenya through its archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit said it will now review donations made to the church by politicians.
The bishop who was speaking at a media briefing by the Multi-sectoral Iniative Against Corruption said it was evil to clean proceeds of corruption by donating to charity.
“Let us not allow harambee money to become a subtle way of sanitizing corrupt leaders,”the bishop said.
At the same briefing, Sapit vowed to rally up the Anglican clergy and people of goodwill to fight corruption.
He also took a swipe at leaders who were undermining institutions that are mandated to fight corruption.
The DP saddened by the news took to Twitter to share his views.
He tweeted “Since Sunday school we learned to kneel before and worship GOD that’s the ONLY reason we stand before men. We will continue to worship JEHOVAH with our hearts and substance. We are unashamed of our God & unapologetic of our faith. We are Christians first other title after.”