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" We owe our victory to God" president elect Ruto says after meeting religious leaders at Karen

President- elect William Ruto today hosted religious leaders from different denominations at his Karen official residence in Nairobi two days after his resounding victory against his rival Raila Odinga of Azimio movement.

Ruto said that his victory in the just concluded election is from God. He promised to continue working with religious leaders in bettering the lives of Kenyans.

" We owe our victory in the just concluded election to God. We will keep working with religious leaders to better the lives of Kenyans" posted president elect William Ruto on his official Facebook page.

The faith leaders were led by Archbishop Philip Anyolo, Archbishop Anthony Muheria, Supkem national chairman Hassan Ole Naado, Bishop Joseph Ntombura, Bishop Mark Kariuki, Bishop David Oginde, Bishop Kepha Omar and retired Bishop Silas Yego.

Ruto has been hosting several delegations at his Karen residence for consultative meetings after his win on Monday against his close rival Raila Odinga of Azimio movement.

Currently the president elect, deputy president elect Rigathi Gachagua and senior Kenya Kwanza Alliance are chairing an inaugural meeting of all elected leaders under Kenya Kwanza Alliance at Karen.

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