- President William Ruto invited Kenyans of all walks of life to take some time on Valentine's Day and say prayers for the nation.
- The event is expected to be graced by various religious leaders and politicians.
Dignitaries have started to arrive at Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi for National Prayer Day.
Among those who are already at the venue include First Lady Rachel Ruto, Attorney General Justin Muturi and Second Lady Dorcas Gachagua.
President William Ruto invited Kenyans from all walks of life to take some time on Valentine's Day and say prayers for the nation.
"I want to urge Kenyans to pray for our nation on Tuesday, February 14 for God to give us rain as we continue to fight hunger and drought. As for those who won't make it to Nyayo National Stadium, let's have prayer sessions wherever we will be," said Ruto on Sunday.
The president said the government had already set aside seeds for the planting season, but the plans cannot succeed if God does not provide rain
The event is expected to be graced by religious leaders, senior government officials and politicians.