The Deputy president William Ruto today sheds more light on the future of Kenyans by rebuking the Power of the Building Bridges Initiative. Dr Ruto denounced when he was addressing Nakuru residents after after another Paramount event held in Murang'a County.
He first attended an event and interacted with the traders and residents at Kenol, Murang’a County after the launch of Spirit TV which is a local television station.
It's reported that this television station will help the youth exploit their film, theatre and music skills.
Thereafter, he headed to Nakuru and engaged the small-scale traders, grassroots leaders and opinion shapers at Ngata.
Consequently, he strictly said that the fall of BBI should not debated because it's God who decided.
"Don't attempt to blame anyone in BBI matters because God himself stopped it. Who are you blaming? You were wicked and promised us that nobody can Stop Reggae," Ruto Said.
Awaking the BBI rhythm will actually raise an alarm and attract the attention of the BBI proponents. However, Dr William Ruto never give up in opposing the Raila Odinga's Initiative.
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