Deputy president Dr William Ruto has today attended church service at Presbyterian Churches of East Africa (PCEA) Langas, Kapsaret in Uasin Gishu county where he interacted with locals and congregation during the church service.
During the church service, the second in command received encouragement words from the presiding bishop David Kokwet who said he will be very sincere in his speech.
The fearless Bishop in his speech said voters should elect leaders based on their agenda and not how much the leader could ditch out during this campaign period in the country.
He Bishop added that voters should consider corruption as their key issue since corruption has been dragging this country behind. He added that political leaders should always respect themselves in their campaigns and sell their agenda peacefully instead of attacking each other during their campaigns.
This comes as even deputy president William Ruto has been accused of being at the helm of corruption and even giving handouts during his campaigns.
Time Out 1:30 to 45min.
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