•Kihika held an exclusive meeting with Nakuru MPs to plan the event and rallied residents to attend the event.
•The service will also be attended by leaders from all 14 Rift Valley counties.
President William Ruto is expected to attend a thanksgiving service in Nakuru County.
The thanksgiving ceremony will be held at Nakuru Athletic club from 8 am on Sunday.
This will not be Ruto's first visit in Nakuru after winning the Presidential elections in August last year .
The service will also be attended by a section of Kenya Kwanza leaders led by Nakuru Governor Susan Kihika
The service will also be attended by leaders from all 14 Rift Valley counties.
On Wednesday, Kihika held an exclusive meeting with Nakuru MPs to plan the event and rallied residents to attend the event.
“We are here to check on the preparations of the prayers that we have been arranging for the past several weeks of which the President together with other leaders are expected to attend,” Kihika said on her social media pages.
“We are co-hosting with all counties in the Rift Valley, we are inviting all the great people of Nakuru to come and be with us on Sunday to join us in this thanksgiving prayer.”
Other leaders expected to attend the meeting include MPs David Gikaria(Nakuru Town East), Martha Wangari(Gilgil), Jane Kihara of (Naivasha), Samuel Gachobe(Subukia), Charity Kathambi(Njoro), Kuria Kimani(Molo) and Joseph Tonui(Kuresoi South).
Governor Kihika said that the President will address several issues affecting residents.
She called on Kenyans to turn up in large numbers and give thanks for the far the nation had come, and also pray for prosperity.