Deputy President William Ruto on Saturday was overwhelmed by emotions after Bishop Waweru who was launching his new TV and music studio recounted how he had a tough past life, and could not imagine he had risen across the ladder to be the man he is today.
Ruto who was in the company of Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata, Kandara MP Alice Wahome, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro and Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua was forced to grab a tissue and wipe his tears as Waweru also tried hard counter his tears and continue with his speech.
Waweru revealed that he was once a Matatu driver who worked hard to be successful, and people looked down upon him.
He went on to disclose that he was also a dog feeder, and at one time he had nothing to eat, and took half of the minced meat made for the dogs.
The Bishop urged Ruto to remain strong as he has been despite the recent challenges he has gone through.
"God is perfecting you. When God blesses you nobody will do anything about it." said Waweru noting that it was a dream come true to host Ruto and his close allies.
He also drummed up support for the bottom up economic model terming it a real game changer.
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