Good Morning Kenyans.
The current state of the cost of living remains a thorn in the flesh with two months left to end what can be termed as very tough year.
Some church leaders took the bold step to come out and tackle the matter.
Apostle James Ng’ang’a became the latest man of the cloth to hit out at President William Ruto over the issue.
The controversial preacher went viral noting that that the government is not handling the country’s economy well.
Ng’ang’a blasted the hustler regime of going after church leaders who spoke out against them.
Reports indicated that the man of God as dared the state to come after him.
He further proclaimed that he won’t back down from his new found ‘mission’.
This brings us to the big question, is it fair for the state to be targeting the church for speaking the truth?
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