Kenyans reacts after Nyeri town member of Parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu posted this Bible verses in his Facebook page.
Through his page he posted "Isaiah; 1:18; Come now, let us reason together, says the Lord. Romans 3:23; For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God="
Wambugu who was elected on a Jubilee party ticket is a staunch supporter of the opposition leader Raila Odinga's administration and president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration.
Ruto has declared his interest for the presidency but his bid has been rubbished by the dynasties who have endured termed him as corrupt and cannot be trusted with the country's leadership.
His post recieved mixed reactions here are some of their comments .
Bought Naftali says "My friend Ngunjiri all is [email protected] Calvary cross.... .We are new generation.. 🙏🙏 Those words were ment 4 Roman Empire @ tht time,"
Simon Irungu wrote "The word of God is not to be quoted more than to be understood. The concept of DP was very clear and candid to be overated by your satanic criticism,"
Gabriel Gabby says "When women decide to be inspirational, bible verses does well. Congrats boss, Nyerians are lucky to have you,"
Habil Omolo says "Ngunjiri Wambugu Yes the message was delivered to us who willed to listen the FIFTH. Your curiosity can't even remind you that your Mzee once quoted it as First Isaiah 18 ,"
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