Deputy president William Ruto has on Sunday arrived in president Uhuru Kenyatta's Kiambu county backyard to a warm reception from high profile the region.
The second in command was also accompanied by convoy with full security protection with outriders clearing the way for him.
Several police officers can also be seen as he arrives at the New Breed Chapel Fourways which is along Kiambu road, in Kiambu county.
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"The Deputy President H.E Dr. William Ruto and other leaders join congregants of The New Breed City Chapel, Kiambu Road for Sunday Church service. Lets worship together 🙏🏾"Ruto Mashinani.
Immediately the second in command arrived, several leaders arrive to welcome him among them the recently decamped Kiambu county woman representative Honourable Gathoni Wamuchomba.
Other leaders from Kiambu who are accompanying the second in Command are his footsoldiers among the Kikuyu Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Kimani Ichungwa.
The deputy president William Ruto is in the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta's backyard at a time when the relationship between the two has continued to deteriorate with time.
On Friday, president Uhuru Kenyatta told deputy president William Ruto that he should stop corrupting the minds of young Kenyans with handouts.
However, the deputy president William Ruto has not yet responded to the accusations that have been levelled against him by both the boss as well as ODM party leader Raila Amollo Odinga.
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