Today Deputy president Dr William Ruto is in Gathanga Constituency in Murang'a county. Deputy president started his tour in Murang'a by attending the church service at AIPCA Gathuri church in Gathanga. He was accompanied by various leaders from entire mountain region and others from Mombasa and Kilifi county.
During the service religious leaders from entire Mt Kenya region endorsed his presidency saying that come 2022 they are going to support him as a sign of saying thank you for being faithful and standing with President Uhuru Kenyatta and Mt Kenya region since 2013.
Religious leaders also took swipe at handshake and constitution amendment bill commonly known as Building Bridges Initiative saying the two are just plot to make sure president does not achieve his Big four agendas.
They too alleged that there are efforts by people in government who are doing everything possible to ensure deputy president does not ascend to power. The urged Dp Ruto to concentrate on his campaigns in central region and entire region saying he does not need endorsement from president or anyone but endorsement from people on ground, the voters themselves.
With overwhelming support and endorsement from religious leaders, it is clear indication that the region is still solidly behind him and he will get fully support come 2021. Deputy president is expected to make several stop over in the constituency.
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