President William Ruto is back in the country after spending six days in the United States. Ruto had attended the 77th UN General Assembly in New York City where he met with other leaders from across the world. After landing in the country Ruto organized a church service at State House where his close allies were invited. It was a service filled with love as the Kenya Kwanza coalition once again shared a common podium after a long time.
While addressing the people present president William Ruto recognized all the closest allies that had supported him even when he was at his worst. He recognized ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya boss Moses Wetangula who were the first to join his party to give rise to the Kenya Kwanza coalition. Mudavadi is now the speaker of the National Assembly. Ruto also recognized the former governor for Machakos county Dr Alfred Mutua who offered him his support during the elections. He prayed that God will reward them for their unending support.
"In a very special way let me recognize my very good friend Musalia Mudavadi he is in our midst. The speaker of our National Assembly Moses Wetangula. Those two brothers came to join us when things were difficult and we want to thank God for them. I want to thank my brother Alfred Mutua he is in the house. He also came to join us when things were tough and we formed a big team together." Ruto said.
These leaders have been standing with Ruto for a long time and they are going to be with him throughout his leadership. As Ruto plans to release the names of the people that will be in his cabinet, many Kenyans hope that their names will feature at the top. Watch the video in the link shared below. Subscribe for more news updates daily.
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