President William Ruto has left Homa Bay residents laughter following what he has told them in Kiswahili language while overseeing the ground breaking of affordable housing project.
While standing on top of his car, President Ruto began addressing the crowd that had gathered in large numbers to hear what he had to tell them.
He proceeded to narrate how he wanted to file a suit to God against Nyanza people who failed to support him properly during the previous presidential election.
Laughter ensued the gathering after Ruto then stated that he didn't report them hence the need for them to work together on development matters while waiting for the politics of 2027 which will kick off when the right time comes.
"Unajua siku ile nilikuja hapa niliwaambia msipo nipanga vizuri mimi nitawashtaki kwa mungu (laughter). Sasa nilijaribu kushtaki nyinyi kwa mungu na nikaona nikiwashtaki kwa mungu mimi ndio nitapata hasara (more laughter). 2027? Si huko tutapangana baadae lakini sahi tupange mambo ya kazi na maendeleo. Tunaelewana jameni? Na vile vile tumeongea mambo yenu ya stima," said President William Ruto.
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