The supporters and allies of the two political leaders have been bitter enemies with each side always being quick at criticizing the other. However,today the supporters of Raila Odinga and DP Ruto have witnessed a coincidence something that has attracted a lot of mixed reactions on social media. This is after the two political leaders read from the book in Bible for the first time. Hon Raila and DP Ruto read the same Bible verse while attending different Church sessions.DP Ruto attended thanksgiving church service at A.I.P.C.A. St. Lorent Angaine Church-Timau, Meru County . After the service,DP Ruto shared a tweet of this Bible verse;"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! — Psalm 133," read the tweet by the DP.
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga shared the same bible verse, alongside a video of him addressing the congregation at PCEA Nanyuki at about 2.42 pm. However, his post had an addition."Happy to fellowship with the congregants at PCEA Nanyuki, Laikipia County. We pray for the health and well-being of all Kenyans and ask God to bless our nation and keep us united," read the sweet by the handshake partner.
This is something that is rather unusual with some social media users accusing the leaders of copying one another. What does this really mean? Is it a mere coincidence or something is cooking behind the scenes?
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