The member of parliament for Kandara honorable Alice Wahome speaking today in Kiambu where she was in the company of the second in command Dp William Ruto noted that prayers were everything in their success in politics. She said that she was always very happy to see the Dp smile and energetic because it was not easy at all.
The vocal lawmaker proceeded to say that they were going to form the next government beacuse they believed in the power of the almighty. The Mp said that the road to success was full of challenges but the good thing was that their supporters were prayerful. She noted that Dp had so many enemies but it was because Kenyans believes in his leadership.
Alice finally urged the Christians to always pray for the Dp because of his big plans he had and mo so the urge he had to change lives of Kenyans. She said that they were equally prepared as leaders to propel Ruto to presidency and were aware of challenges that were glaring at them.
Attached is a video link of the Mp speaking:
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