By Beauttah Omanga
Raila said he and his entourage chose to worship with the Kabarak community because they were holding their campaign meetings in the area.
“Because we were around here, we decided to join you for the church service so that we can worship together,” a jovial Raila told the congregation, composed mainly of university students.
He, however, asked Raila not to speak politics because the majority congregants were young pupils.
After the sermon, the two leaders walked side by side to their vehicles parked at the institution’s administration block as they chatted.
After a brief chat next to their cars, Moi bid Raila bye and remained behind to exchange greetings with Raila’s allies.
Among them was Lands Minister James Orengo, once his fiercest critic when he was in power.
The PM left for a rally at Eldama Ravine township in Baringo County.