President Uhuru Kenyatta is Thursday morning leading the nation in this year’s National Prayer Breakfast at Parliament Buildings.
The prayer breakfast event is being held both virtually and physically within the Covid-19 guidelines.
This year’s prayer is themed: “A Hopeful Future”. This is the 18th meeting since the advent of the National Prayer Breakfast.
The National Prayer Breakfast is an annual ecumenical event offered under the auspices of the Speakers of the National Assembly and the Senate; and organized by a group of dedicated volunteers who make up the National Prayer Breakfast Organizing Committee.
The purpose of the National Prayer Breakfast is to meet, engage, interact and together pray for the nation in the company of fellow leaders from all sectors of society.
It was first held in 2003 after former President Mwai Kibaki took office with its main purpose being to meet, engage, interact and pray for the nation in the company of fellow leaders from all sectors of society.
Previous national prayer days have placed focus on peace, national reconciliation and uniting against corruption and bad governance.