President Uhuru Kenyatta has declared Saturday a day of National prayers over the global pandemic called cornavirus.
In a proclamation to all Kenyans, President Uhuru begins by saying how committed he is to ensure the safety of all citizens and prevent further spread of the virus.
He continues by assuring to keep by his word of updating Kenyans on the new developments moving forward.
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It is then that the President says as a country we cannot ignore but to turn to God to thank Him for the many blessing and also share our fears.
Kenyans have been called upon to observe the national prayer day at their homes and businesses or wherever they will be residing on that day.
Media houses have been called upon to air the event live on televisions, radio stations and on online platforms to allow everyone to participate equally.
Religious leaders will on Saturday ask God for forgiveness and ask for His protection and blessings for our nation.