Kalonzo visits, prays with retired Archbishop Ndingi Mwana'a Nzeki

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka with members of his party at the retirement home of retired Archbishop Ndingi Mwana a'Nzeki in Nairobi, June 6, 2018. /DENNIS KAVISU
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka with members of his party at the retirement home of retired Archbishop Ndingi Mwana a'Nzeki in Nairobi, June 6, 2018. /DENNIS KAVISU

Wiper leader

Kalonzo Musyoka visited retired Catholic Archbishop Ndingi Mwana'a Nzeki

at his retirement home

on Wednesday morning.

Kalonzo was with Kitui Senator Enoch Wambua, Machakos Woman Representative Joyce Kamene and Mwingi West MP Charles Nguna.

They arrived at 9 am and spent close to two hours

with the clergyman who is now close to 90 years old.

The team prayed for Ndingi,

presented him with gifts and had tea with him.

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka with politicians including Kitui Senator Enoch Wambua, Women Representative Joyce Kamene and Mwingi West MP Charles Nguna at the retirement home of retired Archbishop Ndingi Mwana'a Nzeki

in Nairobi, June 6, 2018. /DENNIS KAVISU

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka with members of his party at the retirement home of retired Archbishop Ndingi Mwana'a Nzeki

in Nairobi, June 6, 2018. /DENNIS KAVISU

Ndingi cannot sustain long conversations but he occasionally smiled at the visitors, the caregivers saying this showed he was happy that they visited.

He thanked the Nasa principal in his short statement.

Kalonzo said: “It was great. We feel blessed that we got the chance to spend time with His Eminence the Archbishop. He was a crusader of justice in this country.

"I am so grateful, particularly that the Catholic Church is taking this great care of the Archbishop in his retirement. He looks amazingly happy and healthy. This is great."

Retired Archbishop Sulumeti joined the politicians later.

The Wiper leader also visited Retired Archbishop John Njenga who is also in the home, prayed and presented gifts.

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and members of his party visit Archbishop John Njenga (Archbishop Emeritus of Mombasa) at his retirement home in Nairobi, June 6, 2018. /DENNIS KAVISU