Jubilee Governor to leave politics for the pulpit
20 September 2016, 12:41
Kirinyaga - A Jubilee Governor has said he will go for the Bible when he quits politics.
Kirinyaga Governor, Joseph Ndathi told worshipers that he intends to become a preacher after he retires from politics.
"When I quit politics, I will be a preacher and [help] win lost souls," said Mr Ndathi.
"Once I serve my two terms in office, I will take up the Bible and preach to the people of God. I will be at the pulpit," he added.
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The Governor spoke amid heightened political activities in his County after former Devolution CS Anne Waiguru stormed the race for the County’s gubernatorial race.
Waiguru is fingered as among Ndathi’s greatest competitors due to a name she made when she served as a CS and also her closeness to the powers that be.
Already, two different factions of elders have endorsed Waiguru and Ndathi separately.
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