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National Prayer Day Kenya: President Uhuru Kenyatta declares March 17 as National Prayer Day

March 17 has been declared as Kenya’s National Prayer Day

President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya has just declared March 17th as National Prayer Day in Kenya.

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Uhuru Kenyatta in his speech, acknowledged that the world was facing a global threat and Kenya  has now confirmed it’s fourth coronavirus case.

Kenyatta beckoned on the Nation to call on God to end this pandemic. Part of his speech read:

“With this in mind and after consulting a cross-section of ordinary Kenyans as well as our religious leaders, I have decided to declare this coming Saturday, 21st March 2020, as a National Day for Prayer.

“In consideration of the protocols that we announced on Sunday and other ongoing protocols that will be announced from time to time, I have thought it necessary that this day of prayer be observed in our homes, in our places of work or wherever we shall be residing on that day.

“This prayer day will be led by a team of religious leaders here at State House, Nairobi starting at 12.00 noon on Saturday,”

Uhuru Kenyatta is following Donald Trump‘s footsteps who also declared a National Prayer day.

READ: US President, Donald Trump Comes Under Heavy Attack For Calling Coronavirus A ‘Chinese Virus

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Meanwhile, President Macron of France has Ordered Everybody In France To Stay At Home For 15 Days Due To Coronavirus

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