While speaking today at Kapsabet, the deputy president William Samoei Ruto stated that he will never regret donating huge cash in church and Mosques despite threats from the former prime minister Raila Odinga who has been questioning his sources of income.
According to the deputy president William Ruto, he stated that he was raised from a poor background an that is the main reason why he continually supports the church because God has done great things for him.
The DP Ruto turned emotional during the service as he wipes tears out of his eyes revealing how he has suffered thought his entire life.
The DP Ruto urged the locals not to give up despite the coming from poor background. During the Rally, the DP Ruto further added that the former prime minister Raila Odinga is very stingy and does not care about the livelihood of the poor Kenyans. Ruto turned emotional during the rally as he urge president Uhuru and Raila to leave him alone as he help the churches and the Mosques.
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