President Kenyatta [Photo: State House]
President Uhuru Kenyatta will lead this year’s National Prayer Breakfast at Parliament Buildings on Thursday.
The president is expected to be joined by various leaders from the government and the business sector.
A number of leaders will deliver the address at the event, which will be conducted within the Covid-19 safety measures.
This is the 18th meeting since the advent of the National Prayer Breakfast.
The purpose of the National Prayer Breakfast is to meet, engage, interact and pray together for Kenya in the company of leaders from all sectors of the society.
The occasion is an annual event held under the Speakers of the National Assembly and the Senate.
The meetings provide a platform for both political and religious leaders to push their agendas.
In this year’s meeting, President Kenyatta is expected to give a speech.
Among the leaders who will address the meeting is Health CS Mutahi Kagwe.
Kagwe is expected to speak on the country’s state of healthcare and the Covid-19 pandemic.