Deputy President William happened to comment on the recent orders by church Bishops against conducting campaigns in churches. This is after many of his insecurities celebrated after realizing that his main place of conducting campaigns has been restricted. Speaking during today's meeting, DP Ruto broke his silence on the orders as he also supported it.
Video Link: https://twitter.com/WilliamsRuto/status/1438562659184615426?s=09
DP Ruto put it clear that he strongly supports the order that stands against church campaigns. Ruto also appreciated the Bishops for telling IEBC to stop creating inconveniences in the country. He said that politicians should stop disturbing Commissioners for no reason.
He also went ahead and insisted on the main point concerning a peaceful electioneering period. DP Ruto said that him fellow politicians should make sure that they don't return the country to the times of post election violence. He asked everyone to make sure that no Kenyan looses life, property or any form of bloodshed.
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