Deputy President William Ruto has received good news about his 2022 Presidential bid. This happens after a Mombasa Pastor assured Dp Ruto that he will be the president of Kenya in the coming general elections. Deputy president William Ruto had attended a church service at Mombasa. Where he received a heroic reception from the pastors and the church members.
In a video posted by a writer. The church pastor claims that Deputy President William Ruto will be the 5th president of the republic of Kenya. He said that he is praying for Ruto to be a president. He added that Ruto should invite him to the state house for the celebrations after he's elected as the president of Kenya.
"Na kuna kitu nimekumbuka Deputy president William Ruto you are going to be the 5th president of the republic of Kenya. Next time mkiwa na ile home coming party huko state house. Card zikitembea yangu ifike mimi nikuje nibariki atakama ni chai na matunda. Mimi nakuombea sana uwe president wa Jamhuri ya Kenya 2022", Says pastors.
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