Photo. Bishop Muiru
Pastor Pius Muiru has supported the deputy President William Ruto's Statehouse bid ambitions. According to Muiru, he doesn't see the deputy President William Ruto being defeated by Raila Odinga in the upcoming August 9th polls for he has spoken with God spirits.
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Pastor Pius Muiru is clear the deputy President William Ruto statehouse match is unstoppable. He is clear DP Ruto has God's anointing for he is a humble leader. The Bishop is clear the person who has come before God and pronounced himself is none other that Ruto.
Several bishops who have gathered at Kasarani Stadium are clear, they will support Ruto's Statehouse bid for he is the only leader with the interest of the country at heart. Bishop Muiru is clear, the troubles the deputy President William Ruto has gone through was a way bif preparing him for leadership.
Muiru is confident the deputy President William Ruto stands the biggest chance to take over leadership of the country. He is clear as bishops they speak to God directly and it's clear he has spoken on matters around the August 9th polls.
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