Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu on Friday, September 24, made a public prayer at a rally asking God to do away with Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto as she continuos to display her dislike for the former Eldoret North MP.
Ngilu who was addressing residents of Kisasi Market, Kitui rural moments after she had launched the Kitui Livestock carriers, made the prayer in her native Kamba tribe with the video posted to her social media pages.
She further asked God to take the deputy president in his special way claiming that the former Agriculture Minister is not a good person and would likely bring troubles to our country.
“Dear God please take (Deputy President William) Ruto from our midst. This is not a good person; he is a person who will bring trouble to our country. Dear God, please take Ruto in your own special ways,” she prayed.
Her prayers happened moments after the deputy president took his 2022 presidential election campaigns to Kitui County in a bid to woo residents to back his presidential ticket in the August 2022 election.
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Speaking at Katheka, Kitui West, where he convened women and youth empowerment forum, the former Eldoret North MP urged the residents of Kitui to align themselves with leaders focused on uniting the country.
“We all have the opportunity to unite all Kenyans inclusive Kitui people in our UDA party. I wish to ask you to support me so that we work together,” Ruto pleaded with Kitui residents.
In August, the county chief accused William Ruto of helping investors start multi-billion shillings businesses outside the country, and doing less in empowering the Kenyan youth.
“Kenya’s DP William Ruto claims, with a phone call, he helped a foreign investor get funding of KSh 15 billion from a Kenyan bank to set up investment and create jobs in Uganda. “In Kenya, he is peddling wheelbarrows to our youth as a form of economic empowerment. Bottoms up indeed,” she wrote in a Tweet.