Muranga County Member of Parliament Hon Sabina Wanjiru Chege an ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta has today told Deputy President William Ruto to stop pretending to be holier than thou and preaching peace ahead of the upcoming 2022 general election, yet the Kiambaa Church which was burnt during the 2007 chaos hasn't been built up to date.
Speaking via another viral video clip, Hon Sabina Chege has escalated her attacks on the second in command after accusing him of preaching wine while drinking water. She has also reported that while DP Ruto has constantly accused Raila of being witchcraft (meaning Raila isn't religious), he should come with measures of preventing such bad moments from happening again."Tuache kuletewa Porojo ati Baba ni Mchawi, Yeye na Amekua pastor ni Nini amefanyia wakenya? Tunataka mtu ambaye anaambia wakenya ukweli mtu. Jenga kanisa ya Kiambaa Kwanza kabla ukuje kutuongelesha. We need people who are preaching tve undiluted gospel of Jesus," Sabina Chege Said.
At the same time, Deputy President William Ruto has now received another major blow after MP John Kiarie one of the Tangatanga MPs in the Mt Kenya region has openly dumped him to Support Hon Muturi's Bid.
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