According to the Lawyer, he has penned a prayer to the Deputy President requesting God that he should grant the Second in Command peace of Mind claiming that the DP has of late been exhibiting a lot of bitterness.
The Lawyer has continued to allege that DP Ruto has been nowadays speaking in a tone that is full of despair and desperation saying that his actions prompt someone to question who has wrong the Deputy President.
Lawyer Ndegwa has culminated his remarks by informing that may the Peace of The Lord be with DP Ruto in what has seemed like a prayer.
"Williams Ruto find God to grant u some Peace of Mind. Your are now days exhibiting a lot of bitterness and your tone is full of despair and desperation. Who has wronged you William Ruto? May the Peace of the Lord be with you," Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has said.
The remarks from the Lawyer come after the recent remarks from the DP while in Machakos where he responded to the Head of State over his Wednesday's statement that he is rushing for the Presidency.
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