While giving a speech during a prayer and thanksgiving service, president-elect William Ruto revealed the county where he fetched most votes in the whole country.
The thanks giving service was held at Gathiruini Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) in Githunguri constituency, Kiambu county. Ruto said that most people have been wondering why he chose to have his first service in this county.
He disclosed that he got more votes in Kiambu compared to any other county in Kenya. That Kiambu supported him more than even his county Uasin Gishu. He likened Kiambu to Jerusalem as he said that he could not start his Sunday services in any other county.
Ruto said, "I got more votes in Kiambu than any other county in Kenya. Kiambu is like Jerusalem that is why I decided to start from here. You have made history by giving me more votes than in my home county Uasin Gishu, that was amazing."
He went ahead and said that the great people of mount Kenya have changed the politics of our country. He promised and commited that he will not let them down. That he will do everything he promised as soon as he is officially given mandate to lead the country.
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