Deputy President William Ruto has reacted following the death of Pastor Godfrey Migwi who died on Thursday morning.
The outspoken city preacher once wrote an open letter to DP William Ruto asking him to tame his Tangatanga brigade from praising him like a god.
"An advise to you and your die hard supporters please stop them for praising you like God, the types of Aisha Jumwa have gone too far...You’re not God and I know you know that and everyone knows," Migwi said in a hard-hitting letter.
But the leader of the House of Hope Church later become an ardent supporter of the DP and in January this year Ruto was the chief guest in a fundraiser at his church in Kayole, Nairobi.
The second-in-command said he was saddened by the sudden demise of Pastor Migwi who he eulogised as a "bold, vocal and powerful spiritual leader with great sense of humour."
Migwi had announced his interest in Mathioya MP seat and was expected to vie on Ruto's UDA party during 2022 general election.
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