AIC installs new Presiding BishopThe Standard Digital #Presiding_Bishop

AIC installs new Presiding BishopThe Standard Digital #Presiding_Bishop

February 15, 2020 0 By NewsTakers

[Stafford Ondego, Standard]
Bishop Abraham Mulwa was yesterday installed as the African Inland Church (AIC) Presiding Bishop.
The handing over marks the end of an era for 70-year-old Yego, who has served in AIC for 45 years, 18 of which he held the position of the Presiding Bishop in Kenya.
Present during the function held at AIC Milimani, Nairobi, were President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi.
During his reign, Rev Yego enjoyed a close relationship with the country’s top leaders, including Uhuru, Ruto and retired President Daniel Moi’s family, which was represented at the ceremony by the Baringo senator.
Ruto said the church laid a foundation for his leadership by mentoring him and other leaders.
“I want to thank Bishop Yego who comes to pray with him (Moi).
The only message he has is that he is fighting the good fight, but most importantly, he is keeping the faith,” he said.
They sat side by side and whenever a speaker made a funny comment, let out a hearty laugh as the service progressed.
Several leaders, including Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja and Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jr, credited the church for its mentoring role, which they say propelled them into leadership.
They also pledged support to the church’s new leadership.

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