He expressed hope that God will intervene in their case and that justice will be done.
“The country is going through difficult times and Kenyans are hurting.”
“This is the reason we came here to pray and seek justice from God as we push for the same through the legal process,” he said.
“I am assuring Kenyans that we are on our way to the City of Jerusalem and we are on course to Canaan.”
“Everybody is praying that justice is delivered on behalf of the country,” he added.