The deputy president of the Republic of Kenya was today in a church service in AICCA at Mwea Kirinyaga. Where he drums up support of his party to the residents of the Mwea to support him in the next coming general elections.He had gone to the area for a fundraising in the church he had been invited to attend together with the residents. He was welcome gladly by the residents of the area chanting his na as "hustler" others chanting Ruto....Ruto......... He also criticized the Building Bridges Initiatives that he help them pray together to fail BBI for not passing the bill in the court. He also said that instead of forcefully forcing the bill, they should drum up for vaccination to all people . So that our economy will be brought back to normal so that everybody to work freely without fear. He also tells the residents to aside leaders of tribalism in the area and stay united together as what we want is peace and not leaders who will bring division in the country.
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