Deputy President William Ruto is once again a subject of discussion on social media platforms after quoting a non-existent Bible verse.
During a live interview with NTV's Joe Ageyo on Sunday night, the second-in-command quoted Mathew chapter 17 verse 29.
However, a quick glance through the Bible shows that Mathew 17:29 doesn't exist. In fact, Mathew chapter 17 ends at verse 27.
Netizens were quick to point out that particular verse didn't exist. Below are some sample comments from a section of Kenyans online:
This is not the first time DP Ruto is caught misquoting the Bible. Just like month during the National Prayer Breakfast, the DP was on the spot for giving the wrong Bible verse. He quoted Isaiah 1:18 while he meant Romans 3:23.
In 2019, DP Ruto quoted Mathew 6:35, which does not exist in the Bible. The correct Bible verse was Matthew 6:33 which says "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you."
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