"Unaitwa Baba Unasahau Kuna Mungu" DP Ruto Hits at Raila Odinga at a Church in Kitale
By Bozemba | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 7 views
DP William Samoei Ruto was today in Transnzoia County, where he Conducted a Political Rally and Campaign. He met Politicians from the County and also Initiated Projects.
He attended a Church Service in Kitale and this is the message that he delivered to ODM Party leader Raila Amollo Odinga. "Nasikia kuna mwingine anajiita Baba, anasahau kuna Mungu wa Mbinguni. Hiyo ni laana unajitafutia." Said Ruto
DP Ruto has been Funding Church Projects in different parts of this Country. And his act of giving to the Church has been annoying ODM party leader Raila Amollo Odinga. Odinga once blamed Ruto for using Government funds to to sponsor Church Projects.
According William Ruto's history, he was once a Known a Pastor in Eldoret Town. He once revealed that he gives money to the Church because he is a God sent.
Raila Odinga nickname is Baba. And Allies alleged to DP William Samoei Ruto have been asking him to Dump the name.
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