Deputy President is today in Isiolo county attending a Sunday Church Service at the St Eusebius Cathedral, Isiolo Diocese. Deputy President William Ruto has received a heroic welcome with the church forced to make abandon church and fixe tents outside due to the large number of congregants. However it was after the Deputy President give his tithe that the live became so lively. From the video posted on Ruto's Facebook page, young children being groomed in the Catholic way of life are seen dancing in marching styles as they praised those who gave out their tithes to be used in the house of the the Lord.
Here are Netizens reactions.
MC Mithamo said “My once beloved church under the care of Cardinal Otunga and Archbishop Ndingi have now become a playground for all kind of thugs."
Aron Cheruiyot said “Go higher and higher Mr President.....We pray for you and we shall vote for you... This county need to be fixed and it is only you who can do that."
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