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Raila To Suffer ‘Headache’ After Ruto Held A Powerful Meeting

Job Maangi



The deputy president William Ruto on July 23rd Met elders from Rift Valley led by Mzee Gilbert Kabage, Joel Koech and Joseph Nyakundi at Karen residence, Nairobi.

William Ruto hosted various leaders at his Karen residence for prayers over the nation at large.
In what happens to solidify his 2022 Political muscles mount Kenya political leaders led by Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria, Kimani Ngunjiri and other Political leaders attended the meeting.

“Peace is a precursor of development and elders are key agents in sustaining peaceful co-existence and stability in a society. Hence, communities look up to their leaders and elders to promote peaceful co-existence. We acknowledge their role in complementing Government efforts,” William Ruto said.

The deputy president said that religion provides social cohesion, instills morals in society and advocates for peaceful co-existence. He saluted religious leaders for praying and guiding the country during this tough period.

Samuel asserted, “Meanwhile, in the past 16 days since the cessation of movement was lifted, COVID-19 cases have nearly doubled in the country, with Nairobi leading with confirmed cases. Laikipia and Nyeri records the highest jump with over 500% increase.”

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