Christ is the Answer Ministries (Citam) Bishop Reverend David Oginde has written to all Kiambu County churches and Elders denying allegations that governor aspirant James Nyoro is a devil worshiper.
The letter comes at a time that the Bishops, Pastors and faithful gathered over the weekend to pray for peace in the county for today's general election.
In his letter, the Bishop said that he was aware that Nyoro's rivals have been propagating that he is associated with devil worshipping.He warned that no one should speak ill of the church and individuals without substantial evidence of allegations.
"It has come to our attention that there are deliberate attempts to associate Nyoro with devil worshiping. He became bonified member in 2002 and has served as one of the 12 members of CITAM Deacon Board," said Oginde.
Oginde said that CITAM, formerly known as Nairobi Pentecostal Church (NPC) has strict adherences to be the teachings of the Holy Bible.
He said to become a member, one has to be born again, attend church for at least five years, be baptized and pass membership interviews.
A group of Bishops from Kiambu led by Bishop Gerishon Njoroge of Wings of Life, Bishop Harun Ngaruiya of Soul Winning Churches International, and Bishop John Waichere of Springs of Bethel held prayers yesterday at Ndumberi Stadium.
They prayed for the County political aspirants where they urged the leaders to maintain peace during this period. They prayed for Nyoro, County women representative aspirant Mary Kirika and Senator Aspirant Terry Kairu.
Njoroge said that there was need for those who will lose today's election to accept defeat and support the winners during the term of service.