Chief Justice David Maraga and Interior Cabinet Minister Fred Matiang'i are expected to attend the climax of the ongoing Seventh Day Adventist extravaganza in Kisumu on Saturday.
The event dubbed 'Mission Like Never Before' has been running for a whole week and is expected to come to a halt on Saturday, the prayer and resting day for SDA hopefuls.
Also present will be the Church's East and Central Africa President Blasious Ruguri who landed in the lakeside city on Wednesday alongside other regional leaders.
The faithfuls drawn from 15 nations in the region have been camping at the Mamboleo Showground under the watchful eye of Pastor Samuel Misiani.
The pastor said that the same is aimed at among others, welcoming more people into the congregation.
"This is a historic event in Kenya. We are gathering to thank God for what He has done for the country. We will pray for everyone and many people will be baptised," he is quoted by the Standard.
Pastor Misiani added that the event is celebrated across the world and bares special importance to SDA faithfuls.
"We are celebrating to give people the opportunity to know the Adventist faith, so that they also may know that God is still at work saving lives and transforming them to His likeness," he is further quoted.
The climax event will be graced by area Governor Anyang' Nyong'o.
The SDA church is ranked among the most popular and heavily followed denomination church in the nation, the others including Catholic and Anglican.
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