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Speculations As Raila And Ruto Quote The Same Bible Verse

Today was a very busy day for the presidential candidates. The likes of orange Democratic movement party leader Raila Odinga,United democratic association party leader deputy president William Ruto among others as they travel places to drum up support for their parties and candidatures.

Raila was in Nanyuki where he met with youths from the place while Ruto was in meru where they both attended church services to continue convincing christians of good faith to vote for them come next year.

The two top guns have been outshining one another in terms of Political meetings and rallies as their supporters continue to compare their supremacy in regard to the crowds they pull.

Leaving rallies alone the two leaders also compete one another in attending church services and their actions in those churches also counts very much to their supporters who cannot keep calm.

Today,the two have been caught off guard after they quoted the same Bible verse in their Facebook pages.

The verse which was from Psalms 133, was quoted by deputy president William Ruto writing it on his Facebook page earlier than Raila Odinga who later wrote it also.

The verse urged people to live together in peace and harmony as it is so good and nice to live like brothers and sisters.

"Behold,how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity," the verse read.

The two quoted it in their Facebook pages leaving Kenyans guessing to whom have had a hint from the other and why they decided to post the same verse in one day.

The supremacy battle between the two leaders is expected to continue until the elections day where the ballot will separate them throw votes tally and that is when Kenyans will know whose idea meant what to Kenyans.

Is it time we start seeing the same approach from both parties as the elections day is nearing?

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