Embu Catholic bishop Rev. Paul Kariuki has today used a bee versus fly analogy to slam those opposed to Ruto’s ‘hard-work.’
” Some people don’t want to be like bees, they’re like flies who dominate filthy areas but lash at bees for their hard work,” he said, leaving the congregation’s ribs aching.
(“Watu wengine hawataki kuwa nyuki, wako kama ile fly, kazi yake inatafuta pale pameoza, anaanza kuambia nyuki, wewe nyuki unatangatanga kama vile deputy president anaambiwa anatangatanga.”)
The cleric gave Ruto’s dedication to servanthood a thumbs up while at the same time hitting the ‘Kieleweke’ pact heads on, warning them that 2022 shall come and Ruto will take the day.
“They cannot see the work you are doing, building roads and ensuring supply of water,..continue doing God’s work and 2022 will come, those saying ‘Kieleweke’ will come to terms,” he added.
The country’s second in command was in attendance even as his second day of Embu county proved fruitful.
Yesterday, Ruto commissioned various government projects including setting up of two vocational training centres; Runyenjes TTI and Mbeere North TTI.
He also launched a computer lab and administration block in Siakago and Kabachi secondary schools respectively.