Mps allied to Ruto tanga tanga movement have urged him to continue investing his ill gotten wealth in heaven since no man can judge his source of money.Ruto has been spending close to 10M per week in church Harambees and goat buying missions.
“SIONGIROI, BOMET COUNTY
“RUTO, POLITICS, BOMET & KIAMBU,
More than 15 Members of Parliament have said efforts by “political cons” to impede William Ruto’s 2022 presidential bid will fail. They said the same brokers were used to frustrate President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2013 using the International Criminal Court (ICC) but “flopped terribly”. The leaders said Kenyans were not naive to be swayed by propaganda against Mr Ruto. In particular, former Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto said Rift Valley was not divided politically as is being portrayed out there. Indirectly throwing his weight behind the Deputy President, the Chama Cha Mashinani boss said he would work with leaders who are after transforming Kenya. Konoin MP Brighton Yegon said “those moving around making noise are attention-seeking, selfish and hungry politicians who are being paid to stain other leaders’ names”. They spoke today in Siongiroi, Chepalungu Constituency, where the Deputy President attended a church service. Mr Yegon said Rift Valley was solidly behind Mr Ruto’s 2022 presidential bid and “anyone having a contrary voice is an outcast”. Among the leaders present were Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso, Bomet Women Representative Joyce Korir, Bomet Senator Christopher Langat, MPs James Gichuhi (Tetu) and Aisha Jumwa (Malindi). Others were Kimani Ichungwa (Kikuyu), Gideon Koskei (Chepalungu), Beatrice Kones (Bomet East), Ronald Tanui (Bomet Central), Ndindi Nyoro (Kiharu) and James Wamacukuru (Kabete). While supporting Mr Yegon’s sentiments, Mr Tanui called on leaders to respect each other, adding that the 2022 presidential race is already a done deal. On his part, Kikuyu MP said Kenyans would not be shaken by the con games being played around. “