Photo: Santa Claus (Source/Facebook/Santa Claus).
The festive season is set to reach its crescendo on 25th December when Christians worldwide will commemorate Christ's birth. Though some have upheld that which is supposed to be done, many have gone a stray in the name of making merry.
Also in the list of Kenyans who are expected to celebrate Jesus' birth is Kenya's first deputy president William Ruto. His life is sure a testimony of what God is capable of doing and this year has been an elephant to him courtesy of his enemies' working.
Photo: DP William Ruto (Source/Facebook/William Ruto).
Most of Ruto's political enemies subscribe to either Kieleweke or ODM camp and they join Kenyans to celebrate Jesus' birth, there are a number of lessons they should learn from the man they are celebrating his birth, Jesus.
From a humble seed, Jesus sprouted. With God's blessings, he grew in statue and wisdom and at the age of 30 or thereafter, he registered one of the greatest victory in human history; saving mankind. His success did not come on a silver plate but through dedication, faith and paying the ultimate price which included stomaching humiliation, barbs and death.
Photo: DP William Ruto (Facebook/William Ruto).
Ruto is a son of a nobody but he has managed to break the coon and hitherto he is among the country's bigwigs. His journey to statehouse is laced with thorns and stumbling blocks. As Jesus who beat all odds to fulfill his mission, then William stands a chance to make happen that is expected of him. His critics should apprise themselves with a famous sage; What will will and what won't won't.
The more the Pharisees tried to stop Jesus the more the vibrant the latter became. People flocked around him and this saw him spreading the gospel far and wide.
Photo: Francis Atwoli with Raila Odinga (Source/Facebook/Francis Atwoli).
Its evident that since Ruto's adversaries unleashed political machinations to dismount Ruto's camp, he has become a brand in Kenyan politics and his name an household tag. Anti-Ruto marshals should either stop to control water flow using mosquito nets or let the son of Sugoi be.
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