Homa Bay Governor Gladys Wanga Wanga on Tuesday, October 3, presided over his administration’s 18th Cabinet Meeting.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) governor walked into her office as early as possible to make a prayer before embarking on her official duties.
In a video trending on X (formerly Twitter), Wanga was captured heading to work in a fleet of luxury cars.
Before starting his day’s work, the governor knelt down on her knees and made a prayer.
In a statement, the governor said she was assessing the progress of her programs and initiatives aimed at positively transforming the lives of Homa Bay people.
“Presiding over my Administration’s 18th Cabinet Meeting where we are assessing the progress of our programs and initiatives aimed at positively transforming the lives of our people,” Wanga said in a statement.
Kenyans took to the comment section to congratulate the governor saying it is not easy for a leader of her caliber to kneel and pray to God.
“William Ruto has taught all political leaders the power of prayer in front of a camera. Good student,” one of the users said.
“Endless potential indeed, in the next decade all Nyanza governors will come for a benchmark on how you need it,” another one said.
“I must say that I admire your work and kneeling down in your office before God madam governor, you are going far and the almighty God will keep you and lift you up to greater positions and take you places,” Ben Korir said.
“These people are not genuine, they will pretend to pray but they will still steal or work with those who steal,” said Juliet Wazza.