Photo: Deputy President Ruto At a past event
President Uhuru Kenyatta on the other hand decided to break silence concerning the Dp when he visited the region to preach the BBI message where he addressed the hustler narrative.
Differences between Uhuru and Ruto have been openly witnessed whenever they met in public occasions and gatherings.
"The Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB), has obtained a video of a planning meeting to disrupt Deputy President's Church Service in Mwea, Kirinyaga," Itumbi asserted.
Itumbi said that the meeting was chaired by Mwea MP Kabinga wa Thayu. In the video posted by the blogger was speaking to residents in the local language.
Last weekend Ruto led empowerment of more than 30 Boda Boda groups at the Gatunyu Market grounds and addressed wananchi at Kihumbuini and Kirwara towns, Gatanga Constituency, Murang’a County.
"Appreciated greetings from Gatura, Ndakaini and Ndunyu Chege residents after a prayer service at the AIPCA church in the company of more than 15 MPs in Gatanga Constituency, Murang’a County," Ruto said.
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