All along, Deputy President William Ruto has been visiting the churches in his race to tge State House come 2022 General elections. Those churches that DP Ruto have been attending are those from the Mt Kenya region.
The issue of politicians addressing congregants in the church is now one of the talking points about Kenyan Politics. The Anglican Church Of Kenya even issued a directive that they would not allow politicians to address the congregants.
The Methodist Church of Kenya took his own decision by allowing politicians to address the congregants since they are also members of the church.
A report by Journalist Abuga Makori has revealed that a section of Kalenjin Church Leaders now wants Deputy President William Ruto to give them an appropriate answer on why he normally attend churches from Mount Kenya region, Western, Coast, Ukambani and Nairobi and makes donations worth millions to those church's while leaving Kalenjin Churches.
The video of this address by the church leaders from Kalenjin Community can be watched through this link ;https://t.co/3BS90FF6hx
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