Politicians seeking a politicking platform in places of worship is normal in Kenya. While in churches, a number of leaders will sound pristine with their words as they sell out their agenda.
Deputy President William Ruto undoubtedly frequents churches. In most cases, Uhuru Kenyatta's deputy will traverse across the country just to worship in a particular church. His presence, as proven by his past gestures, always pronounces fortunes to the host church.
Today Deputy President William Ruto took to Kenyenya church where he participated in a fundraiser by dishing out KES 500,000 to help develop the church. The second in command promised to attend a similar fund drive in the church which is slated for December 2021.
The DP termed his KES 500,000 contribution as the kickstart to a even larger fund drive. Mr Ruto reminded the congruents of what he has done for the region in the past,saying that he help build a primary school and also participated in a Harambee in Olokindo Boys. Ruto went on to convey that he also helped construct a road that snakes through the region.
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