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DP Ruto defends church contributions,says this is what delights him

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BY CORRESPONDENT,BARINGO,7TH JULY 2019-The deputy president William Ruto has once again defended  church contributions saying giving is what delights him.Speaking during a church service at AIC Sinonin  church in Baringo on Sunday,the deputy president said he will continue to give as long as  the contributions goes to make a difference in the church communities.

Ruto has also scoffed off those who are determined on breaking the Jubilee party saying they will not succeed.

Ruto says the Jubilee party’s agenda is to unite Kenyans and ensure that  the government achieves its mission and vision under the current leadership which includes president Uhuru and himself.

”Julibee party is beyond the 2022 elections, it is something much bigger, its about the unity of Kenyans ,its about the economic stability of this country”.He said.

According to the deputy president the Jubilee party belongs to   over ten million Kenyans who voted for  him and president Uhuru Kenyatta,as well as those who did not support them in the last general elections .

On his part the majority leader in the senate Kipchumba Murkomen who was also  present,said the current wave of 2022 elections campaigns was brought a bout by Kenyans.

The Elgeyo Marakweti senator holds that whenever there is a meeting or an event attended by political leaders in any part of the country,those leaders must mention anything to do with 2022 elections to cheer up the crowed.”(Ni hawa raia wanatufanya tunazungumza kuhusu mambo ya 2022,ukienda kwa mkutano uguzie tu neno moja la 2022 maskoni yao inasimama.(loosely translated :its these citizens who make us engage in 2022 elections talk,whenever there is an event attended by political leaders the crowds  gets excited and more attentive if one mentions anything about the 2022 elections)”.he said.



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