The deputy president William Samoei Ruto today morning in a church at ACK St Luke's Church, Wang'uru, Mwea in Kirinyaga county surprised the congregation after he donated another huge cash to help in the development of the church. While speaking during the church service, the deputy president was given showers of blessing by the church pastor who believes that Ruto is the savior who can rescue Kenyans from corruption.
The deputy president William Ruto gave a huge amount of money that the church members never expected a move that caused the congregation to appreciate his kindness compared to other politicians in the country.
The deputy president in several occasions has helped most of the churches in Kenya a move that he believes to be bottom to up economy approach. The move by the deputy present to donate huge cash today in the church is likely to cause the church members to vote for him in the upcoming general election.
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