Deputy President William Ruto today turned emotional at Kathonzweni AIC Church in Kathonzweni town as he urged Kenyans to maintain peace and brace other Kenyans irrespective of tribe or their Political affiliations.
Changed in his voice and tone variation, the Deputy President William Ruto called on the church to pray for him as race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta hots up.
“Even we compete, even if converse we must know that ultimately, God will decide the next leadership of our nation. Through prayers, votes and Support of the people of Kenya. So sote tujue ya kwamba tisigombane, tusipigane, tusipangishe watu, tusipangishe wananchi. Sote tujue ya kwamba wananchi wanaelewa ni watu wazima wenye wako na akili kila mmoja wetu apate kuuza sera zetu na wananchi wataamua sera gani Ni Bora kuliko gani, kiongozi gani ako na mpango Bora kuliko Wengine." Ruto's part of speech reads. (Click the link below for more)
Here is the video link Courtsey of Citizen TV Twitter handle
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