This is after Bishop Ireri spotted that Ruto had brought his own Bible during the service and the Bishop said he was going to gift him a book from the Catholic Church.
“I saw our deputy president with a Bible, that is very good,” said Bishop Ireri amid claps from the congregants.
“So that he attends the Catholic church and understands what is going on I am going to gift him Misale ya Kila Siku (Daily Missal),” he said.
As the DP was about to go and receive the book, the Bishop excited the congregants as he told Ruto to stay where he was adding that he will take the book to the DP.
“Nitakuletea, usikuje hapa (Don’t come here, I will bring the book to you),” said the Bishop.
Bishop Ireri further excited Ruto and the congregants as he urged the DP to be a preacher adding that Ruto’s wife, Rachel Ruto should also join him at the church altar.
“I heard you had asked the Cardinal to permit you to preach because you have attended many mass. You should now join this group (church leaders) and you don’t join alone, you will join with Rachel,” said the Bishop amid laughter from the congregants.
“We will look for a good Bishop in Eldoret where you come from so he can train and prepare you well so you can be one of us,” added the Bishop.
As he was walking towards the DP, Bishop Ireri again excited the congregants as he told the camera people not to take too many pictures while he was gifting the DP saying the Misale ya Kila Siku (Daily Missal) book is a Holy book.
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