A famous gospel singer Reuben Kigame has accused President William Ruto’s administration of what he entailed as overdoing religion.
On his Twitter handle, Kigame denounced Tuesday’s inaugural ceremony of President William Ruto, pointing fingers at the church’s evangelical wing claiming that it was overrepresented, terming it unnecessary.
According to Kigame, the swearing-in ceremony, which was accompanied by performances that primarily included gospel music, was extremely religious.
“I know I will be bashed but I need to be truthful and accountable to the nation. I think the Ruto administration is overdoing religion. While we acknowledge the hand of God in bringing us this far, the presidency must observe Article 27 of the constitution,” he stated.
Kigame who was blocked by the IEBC from entering the August 9 General Election as a Presidential Candidate said the church should take on an unbiased, prophetic, fair-minded, and sincere position in order to offer genuine spiritual guidance for the nation.
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“The church should congratulate the king but also be prepared to tell the king that he is naked should he be,” he stated.
His remarks come after president Ruto’s first lady Rachel Ruto hosted the popular Tanzanian group, Zabron choir at Statehouse.
On Thursday, September 15, the first lady prophets from Ghana and Zimbabwe.