President Ruto attends church service in South Korea

President Ruto attends church service in South Korea

President William Ruto addressing congregation at the Myung Sung Presbyterian Church, South Korea.

President William Ruto accompanied by First Lady Rachel Ruto on Wednesday attended an evening church service at the Myung Sung Presbyterian Church, South Korea.

Addressing the congregation, the Head of State asked the church to continue praying for peace and stability in the world.

He also affirmed the role of religion in Kenya’s August 2022 election, which saw him emerge winner among four men who were in the contest.

“In the last election, it was not just about issues of politics, it was also a referendum between those who believe in God and those who believed in men. And those who believed in God won,” President Ruto said.

On her part, Mrs Ruto urged the leadership of the Church not to tire in extending social support such as education and medical care to the community.

"We all know that once a church is established in a given place, schools and hospitals will follow and the local community will benefit," said Mrs Ruto.

In South Korea, President Ruto also laid wreath at the Seoul national cemetery in honour of soldiers who died in the Korean Independence Movement War.

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