While attending a Sunday church service at the Deliverance Church International-Kisii, Kisii County, Deputy president William Ruto took the opportunity to slam his rivals who he says have now started going to church in competition with him.
“Many politicians come to church because I have evangelized to them. Please welcome them even though they come with a lot of noise sometimes. Some preach the word of God out of strife, envy and presence, what matters is that the word of God is being preached,” he added.
The DP and his team have been portraying themselves as God fearing , accusing their competitors of failing to respect God.
According to Ruto, Mr Odinga doesn't believe in church, that's why he questions his donations.
However, politicians have been accused of turning worship centers into politicking stages ahead of the 2022 general election.
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