The deputy president William Ruto apologized to the church today for preaching the word of God yet he is himself not a preacher but a politician. However he made it clear he has been brought up in a Christian background part of the reason he finds himself preaching at times.
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The deputy president William Ruto is clear he has been brought up in church part of the reason he at times engages in preaching. According to him, he will continue preaching for that's what he intends to do after politics.
DP Ruto who was speaking in Nyeri today made it clear that the church has leaders also and it must be part of the next administration. He is clear it's by having development and empowerment start from down as such is what will lead Kenya to great heights.
Ruto remained clear he will continue contributing to the church as well the word of God for such is the way to go. The second in command made it clear that leading a nation without God's blessings would amount to nothing as we need all to subject our powers and everything to God the creator.
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