Pope Visit to Kenya brings CORD and Jubilee Foes together in UON’s mass

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Pope Visit to Kenya brings CORD and Jubilee Foes together in UON’s mass.

The pope is in Kenya, many are bracing the occasion in style as security systems put everything in order.

The Kenya Christian fraternity has warmly welcomed the pope in unison without following any denominational rounds.

Pope in Kenya
Pope in Kenya
Pope in Kenya
Pope in Kenya

From the government to the opposition, they all gathered to welcome the pope and took there humble time to join all the faithful in a mass held at the University of Nairobi.

However, today marks the day when the Assembly of parties’ special caucus makes a decisive measure in relation to the use of the recanted evidence that would make an important mark in DP’s case at The Hague.

Today during the mass at the University of Nairobi, the deputy president seemed jovial in a reserved manner.

He had some cordial chat with the president during the entire period as he followed the mass closely accompanied by his wife Rachael Ruto.

Pope in Kenya
Pope in Kenya

When the pope arrived on Wednesday evening, the deputy president had an opportunity to shake hands with him and even have a family photo with him.

The opposition has also been part of the delegation that has been accompanying the pope everywhere.

They were invited at statehouse during pope’s address to the Kenyan nation on Wednesday evening.

Opposition leader and CORDs principle Raila Odinga, his co-principle Kalonzo Musyoka have been part of the team that has received the front row seats in all the meeting the pontiff has been attending.

Raila shared his photos on facebook during the mass that took place at the University of Nairobi. He was accompanied mama Ida Odinga amongst many other leaders.

Former presidents Mwai Kibaki who handed over power to the current president Uhuru Kenyatta, Retired president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi among other former luminaries were part of the joyful moments to grace the pope’s.

Kenyans also flocked on the streets of Nairobi to welcome the pontiff bearing in mind the Thursday was declared a public holiday.

They waved and cheered over the pope as he rode to the University of Nairobi in popemobile, a special vehicle designed purposely to ferry him. Indeed, Kenya is blessed.

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