DP Ruto who has been touring counties in the coastal region for the last several days was in Mombasa County today where he attended a church service. Ruto was accompanied by a number of his supporters including MP Mohamed Ali, Aisha Jumwa among other UDA battalions. They attended a church service at Miritini Catholic Church in Jomvu Sub County.
While addressing the congregants at Miritini Catholic Church, DP William Ruto was forced to apologize to the bishop as residents of the area had arrived at the church compound and were making noise. This made the Deputy President to use an analogy of the story of David in the Bible explaining how the Biblical David received favor from God.
"You can remember the story of David in the Bible. The time he was being threatened by Saul, God took him to the desert and then God gave him a large group of people who had so many challenges. We can refer those people as hustlers," the DP narrated. "Lakini Mungu alimsaidia Daudi, hawa watu wote wenye matatizo mengi wakatengeneza jeshi. Hilo jeshi ilimfanya Daudi awe mfalme." DP Ruto added. (Video of DP Ruto speaking at church today.)
The Deputy President William Ruto also expressed his confidence that he will become the next president as he continued with his campaigns. The Deputy President while speaking in the church also made a statement which left the congregants in excitement after he made an early invitation to the bishop of Miritini Catholic Church to his inauguration if he will be elected as the president in 2022. The DP even directed his men to keep record. (Video)
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