Good morning Kenyans.
The church for the first time broke the wheel when it took a stand against political utterances during their services.
The move caught politicians off guard and many were quick to ridicule the religious institution on being to harsh.
ACK Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit made headlines after he denied ODM leader Raila Odinga and ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi a chance to speak to congregants during a church service.
The vocal religious man noted that leaders had violated the nature of the altar with their unregulated political remarks.
He further pointed out that politicians would misuse the opportunity accorded to them to turn church services into political rallies.
Sapit also warned clergy men from visiting politicians at their homes.
This brings up the big question, was Sapit’s decision justified?
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