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Sagana State Lodge haunted by evil spirits, to be cleansed by prayers says DP Gachagua

President Ruto to meet all Mt Kenya leaders at Sagana State Lodge to plan for the region’s development.

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has sensationally claimed that Sagana State Lodge is haunted by evil spirits and will be cleansed in a ceremony.

He said inter-denominational church service and prayers will be held this Sunday rid off the mini state house all the evil spirits.

Gachagua made the claims at his Karatina home town where he accompanied President William Ruto on his first day of his 5-day Mt Kenya region tour.

He said all the “evil” plans against President William Ruto were hatched at the Sagana State logde.

Gachagua said the place is need of thorough cleansing to rid it off spirits and demons of tribalism, incitement, bhang smoking and alcoholism.

“All the evil plans against President William Ruto were hatched in Sagana State Lodge,” said Gachagua.

He said the State Logde will be.used for uniting Kenyans and planning for development.

“President Ruto will hold interdenominational prayers to exorcise the spirits and demons of tribalism, division, incitement, Bhang smoking and alcoholism,” the DP said.

Gachagua announced that on Tuesday, President Ruto will meet all leaders from Mt Kenya region including Nairobi to plan for the region’s development.

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