Ruto intrudes into Raila and Uhuru’s Backyards
Deputy President William Ruto on today on Sunday attended his Service at the Catholic Diocese of Maralal, St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, Maralal Parish, Maralal Town, Samburu County.
In his official Facebook account, he stated in his quote “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. — Romans 15:13”
Ruto in his speech focused on the politics of peace and harmony amongst the Kenyan Communities and different cultures. He said “we shouldn’t allow negative politics to use our diversity, different communities, culture and traditions to dive us. The purpose of God in creating us in the manner which He has done is so that we can be stronger and can weave the firebrick of the Kenyan society together and stronger. We need to celebrate our nationhood through our different diversities but to persecute our politics using different ideologies and different policies and programs.” In his speech that he seemed to attack his opponents for using BBI to try divide Kenyans.
He awarded unexpected gift of Ksh. 500,000 to the nearby hustler church in the slum called “Loikas” at Maralal town. In his visit the church bumped into applause for his unexpected gift to those hustler citizens at Loikas slums. This came after he was notified by H.E Governor Moses Kulal.
He also iterated that “he already knows that he has been severally accused of being the person in charge of Church Construction by giving lots of stolen money and he has no apologies to make for that because the bible has thought us that he is blessed he who gives than receive and God gave His only son to be sacrificed for us to get saved and free from sin”.
In his small joke on the church ranking and relating to the government ranks of the Bishop and Assistant Bishop to the President and the deputy President, he also explained why churches have noticed some respect amongst the politicians nowadays and he couldn’t speak what was unnecessary inside the church showing his respect to the place as the holy for doing other forms of political business.