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Shaken DP William Ruto Breaks Silence Amid Raila's Warning Against Public Thieves, Seeks Church Help

Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto and his brigade have always been implicated to all sorts of graft cases. Something that prompted incumbent retiring President Uhuru Kenyatta to advice kenyana against voting for thieves and corrupt leaders in the fourth coming general elections to be held next year. The same sentiments were echoed by the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga today in Nyandarua, saying that their days are coming to an end.

A shaken Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto decided to break his silence. In his case, DP William Ruto decided to seek the help of the clergy to steer his presidential ambition. According to KBC Channel One, religious leaders have been asked to step forward and be at the core of the 2022 polls. Deputy President William Ruto urged them to use their networks and expertise with communities to shape the public’s voting. He said it was not enough for faith leaders to just pray for the country.

"Ruto urges religious leaders to politick ahead of 2022 polls." Tweeted by Kenya Broadcasting Cooperation Channel One

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