Disclaimer: the photo is just used to report the news courtesy of President Ruto, Rigathi Gachagua among others.
Since he was sworn in as the Commander in Chief of the armed forces and the fifth president of Kenya, President William Ruto has been very vital in taking part in thanksgiving services to thank God for his victory.
On Sunday the President visited Embu county where they had thanksgiving service at Embu University grounds. This Sunday the president together with his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, among other leaders from Kenya Kwanza are expected back in the Mt. Kenya region for a thanks giving service.
The president and his deputy are expected to land on Nyandarua County on Sunday 11th this month. The area member of Parliament, Hon. Wanjiku Muhia, the MP of Kipipiri constituency is expected to welcome the leaders in that area.
The event is said to be interdenominational Thanks giving service where all denominations are welcomed at Wanjohi Primary School grounds in Kipipiri constituency, Nyandarua County.
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