Deputy President William Ruto is completely losing his cool due to the treatment he is been receiving from the dreaded deep state.
Today while speaking at Shianda Market in Kakamega after attending a church at the Bumini Parish, St. Leo Church-Shianda, Mumias East, the DP castigated President Kenyatta and his subjects at Harambee House for teargassing people in Church calling the wajinga and pumbafu.
Ruto said the police are not to blame but the pumbafu in Nairobi who he said will be punished by God for teargassing his holy house.
He was referring to the recent Muranga incidence where chaos occurred when Tanga Tanga youths supporting Ruto’s Hustler Movement clashed with a group of Kieleweke youths opposed to his visit to Murang’a where he was scheduled to preside over a fundraiser.
The theatre of the violence was Kenol on the Thika-Murang’a highway, where transport was paralysed for several hours, prompting police to lob teargas and lob tear gas to disperse the warring factions. Ruto eventually made it to the church where he presided over a fundraiser.
“Instead of stopping those planning to disrupt the meeting, they came to hurl teargas to congregants right inside the church,” Wahome claimed then.
“I cried a tear of bitterness because of where we’ve reached as a country. How do you teargas people while in the church?” Kandara MP Alice Wahome who was the host said then.
Back In Kakamega Ruto criticized the guidelines issued on public gatherings by the National Security Advisory Committee.
He said guidelines will undermine the freedom of worship and blamed the NSAC for using the guidelines to achieve their benefit.
“I want to assure you that the government of Kenya will protect and ensure that the freedom of worship is not sabotaged by any person,” Ruto said.
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Ruto added that “The freedom of worship is enshrined in the Constitution of Kenya. It is not negotiable and you don’t need permission from anybody to worship in any place, we are a God-fearing nation.”
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