The second in command William Samoei Ruto has continued to show his urge and closeness to the Kingdom of God by availing himself in church services almost every Sunday. Even though church clerks had earlier banned politics in churches, but this seem be nothing before the deputy president since he believes that with God everything is possible.
In Sunday service, the deputy president left church servants into happiness and joy after he read a verse from the Bible which he actually stressed on it.
Taking to social media on his official twitter page, the deputy president has shared the verse which actually seem to carry much weight especially during his presidential journey.
The Bible read, "But among you it will be different. Whoever who wants to be a leader among you must be your servant" this is written in the book of Mathew 20:26.
By reading this verse, the deputy president simply meant that whoever want to be a leader must part of his people in every endeavors.
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