President Uhuru Kenyatta drove the nation in denoting the start of the National Prayer weekend at State House, Nairobi, on Saturday.
This will be the second public petition occasion in the nation since the infection struck the country on March 13.
During the socially separated occasion, strict pioneers conveyed sacred text readings, offered lessons and drove in topical intercessory petitions covering thanksgiving, contrition and absolution, public mending and rebuilding, public desires, and administration and family.
The administration on Friday announced Saturday a public occasion to be set apart through supplication and network work.
Inside CS Fred Matiang’i in an announcement declared October 10 as Huduma Day in the activity of the forces gave by Cap 110 of the Public Holidays Act.
Matiang’i said the day ought to be seen through public supplications that will feature administration and volunteerism to the network.
“Kenyans are urged to take an interest in the petitions and advance public solidarity, social equity, attachment and economical improvement in their networks to serve present and people in the future,” he said.
Kenyans are urged to appeal to God for the nation during the Prayer weekend in their typical spots of love in consistence with Covid-19 control conventions.