Kenyans have criticized the ongoing #NationalPrayerBreakfast meeting at the Safari park hotel saying that its a public relations exercise meant to fool Kenyans and spend more public resources.
Here are some of the sentiments:
— ben stunna (@benstunna5) May 30, 2019
— 🗿HADEZ (@BrayohadezM) May 30, 2019
This is a Congregation of Corrupt indviduals and looters of public resources pretending to pray #NationalPrayerBreakfast
— Sir Albert (@AlbertNyambane5) May 30, 2019
When a Lion is Chasing an Antelope.
The Lion Prays for Food
The Antelope prays for Protection.
Only One Prayer is Answered. #NationalPrayerBreakfast
— Kiilu Ndeti (@KiiluNdeti) May 30, 2019
🎶Stealing, stealing, stealing🎶Stealing in the name of the Lord🎶
My father's house of worship🎶 Has become a den of thieves, Stealing in the name of the Lord🎶 #NationalPrayerBreakfast pic.twitter.com/JvwFntOrdn
— Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) May 30, 2019
When politicians wanted votes ALL PRAYERS were held at Uhuru Park &ALL Kenyans were welcomed.they EVEN PROVIDED BUSES TO FERRY PPL FROM ALL CORNERS OF 254. but now ALL prayers are held at Safari Park Hotel as they enjoy 5 COURSE MEALS #NationalPrayerBreakfast #PrayerBreakfast2019 pic.twitter.com/0VoVTHzGJ9
— #AintNobodyGotTime4ThisSh*t (@yourspenfully) May 30, 2019