Following the observation of the Kenya Kwanza top leadership, led by the deputy president, Dr. William Ruto, at a church service in Kayole Estate, Nairobi county, prior to the August elections, Kenyans have reacted differently on the second in command’s social media sites.
The second in command, Dr. William Ruto, recently attended a church service at the Jesus Teaching Ministry in Kayole. Other leaders who supported him included Musalia Mudavaid, the leader of the Amani National Congress party, and Johnson Sakaja, a Kenyan senator.
Kenyans have reacted differently to the ongoing church service; the majority of them wished him luck in the country’s elections on Tuesday. Here are some of the comments. The KenyaKwanza team arrived in Kayole today and attended a church service. As the Campaign takes over as the IEBC order, it is now up to Kenyans to decide who will govern the state.
Please, my fellow Kenyans, let us keep our country peaceful and choose good leaders who can help Kenyans. As you may be aware, our KenyaKwanza team agenda is about to assist common mwanchi and change the lives of Kenyans. Please vote for all leaders running for seats under the KenyaKwanza party on Wednesday morning, and we can assure you that our candidates can change our country. Finally, I’d like to thank all pastors who have continued to pray for our country during this election period. We don’t want to lose anyone because the general election is on Wednesday. Vote for the leader you want to see in charge of our country’s development.