Dr Ruto was ushered into the church office by the church's deacon as an aim of mobilizing more attendees to come in. This surprised many as he arrived into the church with no crowd.
According to a post on standard news, the deputy president who arrived at around 9.00am was to commission a church bus. He was forced to wait for some minutes before the sits are occupied.
At around noon, he commissioned the event. This was after students from Kithonzweni secondary school were welcomed to witness the event. The policed who were stationed at the church, were only allowing those who followed health protocols of wearing a mask.
In addition, another meeting that was to be attended by the leader of United democratic movement was cancelled. No clear reason has been provided.
The deputy president was accompanied by Garissa township MP Aden Duale and former Machakos senator Johnson Muthama among others.
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