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Sunday, January 23, 2022 – Confusion marred Deputy President William Ruto’s event in Makueni County yesterday after the DP and his allies walked in only to meet empty seats.
Ruto had to wait longer than he had intended as congregants came in late at the AIC Kathonzweni Church.
The church management rushed to mobilise students from the nearby school to attend the function as the DP waited patiently in the deacon’s office.
The service also continued with the worship team taking lead, as congregants arrived later on.
Ruto arrived at 9 am to commission a bus paid through a Harambee drive.
Local politicians alleged that UDA grassroots mobilisers tasked with organizing the event differed among themselves leading to the rise of splinter groups.
A fight reportedly broke among the divided parties thus delaying the event.
The function, nonetheless, went on later with the DP straying away from commenting on the issue.
“Even as we compete, we must know that ultimately God will decide the next leader of our nation through the prayers, votes, and support of the people of Kenya,” the DP stated.
“As leaders, we must endeavor to unite Kenyans. The electorate is well informed and can thus make the right decision when the time comes,” he added.
Ruto later addressed residents of Nzeveni at Nzeveni market, Makueni County.
The visit comes two days after he toured Machakos County to popularize his new UDA outfit.
The Kenyan DAILY POST