The deputy president William Ruto today attended a church service at Bahati constituency where he was accompanied by several leaders who supports him. According to the news which was shared by the deputy president William Ruto on the social media platforms, leaders who were present includes Susan Kihika the member of parliament in Nakuru county.
The other leaders who accompanied Ruto was Kimani Ngunjiri, Millicent Omanga who is the nominated member of parliament, David Ginaria, Joseph Tonui and among others. The deputy president William Ruto urged leaders to work together so that they can make our country better for the children who will be leaders in future. According to the deputy president William Ruto, he encouraged leaders to stop tribal politics so that they can unit kenyans ahead of the next general election.
Despite that, Ruto urged the residents who came to attend the service to support him in the next general election so that he can improve our economy which has been affected. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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