Vereran lawyer by the name Willis Otieno has urged Kenyans across the country to worry about the head of state honourable William Samoei Ruto hours after he jetted back to the country from his official trips and held a thanksgiving service at State House.
Ruto gets emotional during a thanksgiving mass.
According to a publication by the Star magazine, lawyer Otieno indicated that citizens of Kenya should worry and question themselves why President Ruto is overdoing his religious matters.
According to him, he indicated that leaders who are over religious have something in them that they are hiding out from the public.
"Whenever leaders over display their religious enthusiasm, always ask yourself what is being hidden from you." he said.
He further likened Dr Ruto to the late President Daniel Arap Moi who never used to miss Sunday services but was very brutal during his tenure.
"Our former President Daniel Moi's record on religious display is public knowledge. He would never miss Sunday worship meetings carrying a big Bible. We know at the same time he was brutal and presided over massive pilferage of our economy" he said.
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