The 20th Annual National Prayer Breakfast slated for tomorrow has been moved to Wednesday, June 7.
Announcing the changes, National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula stated that the rescheduling is due to factors beyond their control.
"The time and venue of the event remain as communicated through the invitation card sent to you," Wetangula stated in a brief on Tuesday, May 30.
The Speaker had on May 4 indicated that more than 2,500 guests are expected to attend this year’s National Prayer Breakfast, to be held at the Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi. This year’s edition is themed ‘Reconciliation with God and with Man’.
Last year's prayer breakfast was presided over by the former President Uhuru Kenyatta at the same venue under the theme 'Transitions".
The National Prayer Breakfast is an annual ecumenical event offered under the auspices of the Co-Patrons, the Speaker of the Senate and the National Assembly; and organised by a group of dedicated volunteers who make up the National Prayer Breakfast Organizing Committee.