Deputy President William Ruto's church service almost turned chaotic after an Seventh Day Adventist pastor blundered, prompting anger from congregants. Deputy President was attending Sabbath service at Awendo Central Seventh Day Adventist Church in Awendo, Migori County.
The Bishop allegedly started bragging about SDA Church in the region saying that the whole of Migori County and South Nyanza at large only consist of SDA people. He said that in every small location within Migori is full of SDA pastors so their prayers are heard by God faster than others. This did not go well with others including pastors from different churches who came to Fellowship with DP Ruto and those who came to have a glance at him.
People and other pastors from different churches started booing down an SDA pastor forcing him to hand over the microphone to another pastor. When the pastor took over, he called for calm “Tusilete fujo hapa na tuko na wageni, wewe pia panga na uombe kesho atakuja kwa kanisa yako," he thundered bringing another confusion.
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