Former Nairobi City County Speaker Beatrice Elachi who is currently the CAS Public Service, has urged the Deputy President Dr William Ruto to stop struggling so hard in order to win presidency in upcoming 2022 general elections.
Speaking on an interview with Citizen television, Elechi has said that when God decides that something must happen then it must happen and no one can stop it. Therefore if God has decided that the Deputy President Dr William Ruto will ascend to power as the president, then it will just happen without any obstacle.
According to her, there's no need for the Deputy President to continue struggling hard to an extent of creating tension for a possible violence, if it was set up that he will become president it will have to happen without such huge push that he is making.
"If God has decided that some will happen, there's nothing that can stop it, even the Deputy President if God has decided that you will be president, you will just become the president you don't need to struggle much. Therefore, this strong push which is now even creating tension of a possible violence as we have already started seeing in some parts like Laikipia. It is very bad indeed and that is how it starts." He said.
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