Waititu made his way into the church in the company of the Deputy President William Ruto and other leaders allied to William Ruto politically.
Waititu, being in his home county, was seen shaking hands with his long-time friend William Ruto. The act by the former Governor shaking hands and bowing down may be a way of welcoming his former boss to his county.
"Former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu resurfaces at African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) Gathaithi Church in Githunguri, Kiambu County. Where he accompanied Deputy President William Ruto for a Sunday service," Emoo Fm quoted.
Waititu was appearing after he had flip-flopped changing parties from Jubilee to KANU after he was ousted by members of the county assembly for missus of his office and county funds.
However, Waititu's presence today at Ruto's church meeting may throw lots of meaning to political analysts and commentators.
Speculation has it that Waititu was resorting to joining Ruto's bandwagon. However, his presence has not been authenticated by the concerned authorities.
Meanwhile, send us your thoughts about Waititu's presence at Ruto's church meeting today.
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