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The morning of the 13th day of the New Year commenced differently at the ORPP headquarters with inter-faith staff prayers in the fourth floor boardroom. The prayer session convened by the Registrar of Political Parties Ann Nderitu, was meant to dedicate the Office to God’s guidance and intervention at its critical time of general election preparations Top clerics of the Kenya Assemblies of God church (KAG), Archbishop Philip Kitoto and Bishop Stephen Kuria presided over the prayers. In his sermon referenced on biblical verse of Psalms 23, assured despite challenges that may face ORPP, it is destined for great year as Almighty watches over all. “I proclaim that God we serve diligently will fight any battle that may confront us. Let us all be the vessel to be used in our work for His glory”, noted Arch. Kitoto in his sermon titled “He is our shepherd”. His counterpart Kuria saying that the clergy had taken it upon them to pray for the country and institutions especially those that have a role in elections like ORPP for a peaceful and credible 2022 general election.
Archbishop Philip Kitoto of Kenya Assemblies of God (KAG) presides over the prayers at ORPP headquarters
“Nothing much we can do without God emphasised Assistant Florence Birya with her counterpart Assistant Registrar Ali A. Surraw noting the import of prayers in an out of seasons. The Registrar urged staff to re-look at their connection with their Almighty even as they serve in different personal and work capacities. “We have found it wise as Management to come together in prayers for God’s guidance to this Office. Registry informed. We know we have experienced in recent past very unfortunate happenings.
This is just one of a series of many of such we will have in future across faiths”, the Registrar informed.
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Registrar (left) and Assistant Registrar during the prayer session
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Staff members during the Office prayers at ORPP headquarters
Staff proclaimed 2022 as year of greatness in their service with God's enablement as referenced on the day’s oration. “We look forward to this and many more togetherness in prayers”, noted Victor Matheka of Compliance department during the session. “Intercede for us” pithily pointed Ezekiel Obonyo, the Coordinator in-charge of the Coast region. “We appreciate the preachers of the day for word that has spiritually renewed us as individuals and as an institution. We look forward to much more”, noted Anastacia Kaberere while giving a vote of thanks. The session was organised by Human Resources Department.