President Uhuru Kenyatta will lead the nation in the annual prayer breakfast to be held at parliament buildings on May 27.
The head of state will be joined by key players from other arms of government, including the legislature and the judiciary.
Religious leaders and key players in the economic sector will also grace the event.
With the theme of the event titled; A Hopeful Future the attendants are set to assess the country’s economic situation and the milestones made in combating the COVID-19 Pandemic.
This will be the third year that the event is held after the 2018 handshake between Uhuru and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
The first prayer breakfast held in 2019 attracted international attention, with the world praising President Uhuru and Raila Odinga for choosing peace.
Both Jubilee and ODM camps shook hands, hugged each other and asked for forgiveness for the insults they exchanged during the 2017 elections campaigns.
The event held at Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi was graced by South Sudan President Salva Kiir.
Last year, the event was held at State House and was dedicated towards praying for the country in the wake of the COVID-19.
However, this year’s event is one to watch since it comes amid a fallout between the president and his deputy William Ruto.
Despite having attended all the prayer breakfasts before, many are eager to know if Ruto will be in parliament buildings on Thursday.
The relationship between the two has seen Ruto missing in special events hosted by president Uhuru.
Their strained relationship has left them foes, who do not even see each other eye to eye often, neither do they discuss work related issues.