During the campaign period, William Ruto used many churches as his campaign podiums. He presented himself as a man of God and he was fully supported by his wife Rachel Ruto who is always prayerful until when he won the presidential race.
That victory didn't stop William Ruto from going to church. In fact, Ruto and the First lady have been hosting several prayer services but today, eyebrows were raised after the Head of State and his wife were publicly told by Churchill Suba to go slow on hosting church activities at the State House.
While speaking to KTN News, Churchill Suba publicly told President William Ruto and Rachel Ruto that they shouldn't turn State House into a Cathedral. He went on to tell President William Ruto that he must know how to balance things.
"President Ruto and the First Lady should not turn the State House into a Cathedral. The president must know how to balance things." Said Churchill Suba.
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