“God is independent, not a political weapon,” Mutahi tells Ruto

President William Ruto’s hosting of a thanksgiving service has set tongues wagging, criticism and praise in equal measure.

Barely one day after the event at the State House in Nairobi on Sunday, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has teken issue with President Ruto.

According to Mutahi Ngunyi, Sunday’s event is an attempt to weaponize the church.

“State House should not weaponize the church. And if they do so, they will attract God,” he said on Monday.

On Sunday, President Ruto hosted the service attended by top leaders of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance after jetting back to the country from New York at 6am.

Church leaders were also in attendance.

The service was presided over by Bishop Mark Kariuki and a host of evangelicals.

While taking his oath of office, Ruto attributed his win in the August 9 general election as one that took the hand of God, saying what appears impossible to man is possible before God.

However, Ngunyi reads hypocrisy in the President’s association with the church.

“He will send upon them prophets and poets of truth. Then Ruto will have to behead the prophets nad castrate the poets. God is independent. He is not a trusted political weapon,” Ngunyi says.

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