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DP William Ruto Wins Big In Meru As God's Church Assures Him of 2022 Support

DP William Ruto's Journey to the statehouse after the 2022 elections, continues to gain more boost form the Church of God in Kenya, with recent statements indicated that the Church Will Oppose any Constitutional Change through the BBI team, which is Against Dp Ruto's Will.

According to the reports from the Daily Nation site, DP William Ruto has today met over 300 clergymen from the land of Meru.

During the Meeting, DP William Ruto reported that he is working day and night to ensure that the Church of God will have a role to play in nation's politics, in the near future. DP Ruto has also pleaded with the Church to support his 2022 presidential bid, which is currently facing opposition from both sides of the political backyards.

In response to DP Ruto's remarks, the clergymen reiterated that they are in full support of the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya as far as the 2022 politics are concerned. They have also given Ruto permission to Continue uniting Kenyans, through fellowshipping together as it's in the Bible.

“As pastors, we also want to have a voice because we are leaders in this country. However, the deputy president was clear that he is not afraid of opposition,” Pastor Isaiah Naibocha of Tigania Pastor's fellowship said.

All the same, DP William Ruto is preparing to face stiff competition in the presidency position with troops from Raila-Uhuru camps who have viewed that DP William Ruto can't and should not be the president of Kenya.

For example, David Murathe who is a senior politician in Kenya has (a few hours ago) said that Ruto should not be the president of Kenya Come the year 2022. According to Murathe, Ruto is directly involved in the ongoing Covid-19 billionaire scandal.

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