...conscience and one that is driven by God-fearing people,” said President Kenyatta.
The Head of State added that corruption is one of the forces that keeps frustrating national dreams including access to quality education, quality health care, decent meals for all, and quality jobs that give pride and dignity to Kenyans.
President Kenyatta observed that the envisaged transformation of the nation cannot succeed as long as corruption is allowed to continue destroying the nation.
“We must fight all forces that prevent us from achieving our dreams,” said President Kenyatta who was hosted at the FEM Family Church by its founder Evangelist Teresia Wairimu.
President Kenyatta told the congregants that the anti-corruption war will not be based on how much money an individual has amassed or who the person knows neither the influence he yields.
“We must reach to a stage in our country where it is not who you know…that you know the President, that you know the minister, that you know who is who in which office. That should not be. That’s not what makes a human being,’ said the President
He added: “We must begin to judge people by their character and reward them on the basis of what they have achieved for the country, their talents and skills”
The Head of State added that the power to transform the country does not reside on any one individual but on all Kenyans collectively, working together.
“Kenya is in a state of transformation. We are in a process of change. The power to transform this nation resides in every Kenyan.
Both Bishop Clarence McClendon who delivered the sermon and Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke who addressed the faithful through video-link described Kenya as a great country that is on the right path of development.
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