Deputy president William Ruto has claimed that he was forced to wake up earlier than usual on Saturday morning.
While addressing church leaders in a church event held at Alice Wahome's Kandara constituency on Saturday morning, he noted that he had to make it to the event.
"This morning, I had to wake up earlier than usual. Actually, I was forced to wake up at 5:30 am and take a shower after my team and I made the decision to attend this event."Deputy President William Ruto noted.
The second in command noted that he had been informed of the event by the Kandara Constituency MP and went ahead note that she was indeed a great leader.
"This Member of Parliament is a great leader. She actually qualifies to become a top county leader but she noted that she will be going for the Member of Parliament's position in the coming elections."Alice Wahome noted.
Other leaders accompanying the deputy president William Ruto are the Murang'a county Senator Irungu Kang'ata and Mathira constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Rigathi Gachagua.
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