Deputy President William Ruto's defender, Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga, on Sunday criticised ODM leader Raila Odinga after he attended a service at Bible Fellowship Church in Kangari, Kigumo constituency in Murang'a county.
Omanga said the ODM boss was copying Ruto who sometimes even attends services in about three churches in a single Sunday.
Wherever he goes, the second-in-command in makes huge donations which he argues is supporting the work of the LORD.
His donations, which mostly are in millions, are always publicised by the receiving clergy and his communications team.
DP Ruto in a past church function. [Source/WSR]
But have you ever wondered why what Raila donates in churches is never announced or publicised?
According to Seth Odongo popularly known as Dikembe Disembe, who is National Assembly Minority Whip Junet Mohamed Aide, the ODM boss directs the church not to announce his contribution since he wants it to remain a secret between him and God.
Junet's personal assistant Dikembe Disembe. [Source/PLK]
"One of the RULES of Raila Odinga on church donations is that whenever he worships and donates, he insists the donation remain between him and the church, that is, between him and God. Because giving should be between man and God. And should never be between man and SOCIAL MEDIA," Disembe explained.
His post attracted mixed reactions as some netizens praised Raila's mode of operation while others claimed he is a 'stingy' man who does not want the 'little' he gives out be known.
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