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Uhuru Attends Church Service, is Treated Like an Ordinary Member

by Robert Mwangi
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Former President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday joined fellow faithful for Mass at St Francis Catholic Church in Nyali, Mombasa County.

The retired Head of State was in the company of his family members.

His attended the Easter Sunday service, when Christians across the world celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Uhuru sat with other members of the church in the middle row.

He seemed at peace and did not want any preferential treatment despite his high status in society.

This is one of his few public appearances since his retirement in September 2022.

He opted for a low-key life after settling in his humongous mansion at the heart Maasai Mara in Narok County. He has three other state-of-the art retirement residences in Nyali, Nakuru and Nairobi (near State House).

Despite fading from the public view, Uhuru is still making headlines.

Senior government officials have been accusing him of sponsoring Azimio la Umoja protests led by Azimio coalition leader Raila Odinga. They claim the protests are meant to get President William Ruto to give in to their demands.

In retaliation, goons allegedly recruited by the State raided his Northlands Farm in Ruiru on Monday, March 28, and made away with livestock and timber.

The government said it was unable to respond to the situation in Northlands as police officers were protecting lives and property from Azimio protesters the same day.

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