President Uhuru Kenyatta has wished each and every political aspirant vying for a political seat the best of luck. Uhuru has been that there will be only one winner and as per the national prayer breakfast, that is the prayer which will be accepted and Kenyans will move forward to fight for another day.
President Uhuru Kenyatta, in his speech during national prayer day said that he was wishing that honourable William Ruto’s prayers will come true.
Others popular leaders who spoke at the prayer national prayer breakfast were Martha Koome the Chief Justice, Justin Muturi and Kenneth Lusaka speakers of national assembly and Senate respectively and the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya running mate aspirant Martha Karua.
William Ruto asked Uhuru Kenyatta to forgive him if he fell short of his expectations as his principal assistant and Deputy. After William Ruto invited Uhuru Kenyatta to speak, the duo shook hands before the president took to the podium to proceed with his speech.
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