DP Ruto attends church, joins MPs for lunch after days out of public eye

February 19, 2017 9:22 pm
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Ruto was driven to church by his son who was later seen fuelling his car at a nearby service station/COURTESY

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 19 – Deputy President William Ruto attended a church service in Karen on Sunday before having lunch in Kawangware with a number of politicians.

Ruto who had been busy on the campaign trail on recent weeks was noticeably missing from the public arena in recent days.

At the church service, he thanked Christians for praying for the country.

“We pray so that we can have peaceful elections and that in this election, it’s not the will of man that will succeed but the will of God.”

Ruto was driven to church by his son who was later seen fuelling his car at a nearby service station. The DP paid for the fuel.

All this time, there was no visible security detail as would be expected around the Deputy President.

Ruto later went to a popular nyama choma eatery in Kawangware where he had lunch with MPs Moses Kuria (Gatundu South), Johnson Sakaja (Nominated) and Dennis Waweru (Dagoretti South).

They were joined by Senator Joy Gwendo.

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