President William Ruto has arrived back in the country from his weeklong tour of duty abroad.
The President left the country last Sunday for United Kingdom to attend the burial of Queen Elizabeth II before proceeding to New York, United States, for the United Nations General Assembly Summit.
Upon landing back, his first order of business was to organize a thanks-giving service in Statehouse attended by a number of religious leaders.
President Ruto and First Lady Rachael Ruto are hosting, among others, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Speakers of parliament, Governors, and MPs in the Sunday service led by Bishop Mark Kariuki of Deliverance Church.
According to a program released by Statehouse, the service will have prayers take center stage. Some of the items in the prayer list include prayers for the Presidency, peace in the country, leadership and the economy.
“Enter into His gates with thanks giving and into his courts with praise,” read the Theme of the thanks giving session
The Head of State is expected to deliver his address to the nation after the prayers.
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