Deputy President William Ruto today toured Mwea, Kirinyaga county. Where he attended a church service with faithful of AIPCE Church. Adding on, he helped in fundraising money meant for the church building project.
After the fundraising, DP Ruto had to depart but could not leave without addressing and acknowledging a huge crowd of his supporters. Who had blocked his motorcade?
At the center of it all, was DP Ruto's acknowledgment to God for stopping the BBI "reggae" and praising and marketing his bottom economic model to Mwea residents.Which he intends to put in place,one he clinches the top seat.
He further urged Mwea residents to heed his call of unity without regard to one's tribe, status, or religion. In a bid to build one unified Kenya.
And finishing his address DP Ruto could not hide his joy as he rehearsed his popular slogans of," UDA Kazi no Kazi," as joyful supporters answered back in solidarity with him.
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