Machakos Governor Dr Alfred Mutua, has alleged that Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his allies have been bribing Pastors, in different churches in the country in order to run their politics in churches since the ban of public gatherings.
Speaking on an interview with Citizen television, Mutua who seems to indirectly referring to the Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his allies, he said that the Pastors are being bribed to allow them to conduct their political activities.
He added that he has an evidence to that and he knows how Pastors are being given about Sh200,000 behind the bars, before the the general contribution of about Sh1 million is made and then the DP and his allies goes ahead to make their political statements.
"Pastors are being bribed, I have the evidence and I know that they are being given Sh200,000 kwa mlango wa nyuma (behind the bars) before the general contribution of Sh1 million is made and the worshippers start clapping. Then after there they (DP Ruto and allies) are given the platform to run their politics in churches. That's what is happening we know it well and we have the evidence." He said.
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