Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has asked Kenyans to donate to the clergy

Governor Alfred Mutua
Kenyans urged to donate to the clergy
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Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua urges Kenyans to donate to the religious leaders who are not receiving offerings and tithes.

Machakos Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua has asked Kenyans of goodwill to donate to religious leaders during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic period. Mutua has said that they are no longer receiving weekly tithes and of offerings.

Dr. Alfred Mutua
Governor Alfred Mutua

He says that the clergy are at the forefront in obeying the President’s directives on combating the spread of Corona Virus. Dr. Mutua added that the religious leaders are becoming vulnerable, and should, therefore, be supported during this hard time.

The legislator took to his twitter saying “Therefore, I humbly request that we remember our religious leaders because I know that they are on their knees day and night praying so that we can defect COVID-19.”

Felicity Gitonga
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