Journalists told to leave DP Ruto’s ‘private’ Church service – PHOTOS
Journalists were on Sunday told to leave the Nairobi Pentecostal Church, Karen, before Deputy President William Ruto could address congregants.
Ushers at the church told journalists that Mr Ruto wished to have a private service.
The deputy president did away with his chase cars and bodyguards and endured the heavy jam as he was driven to the church by his son Nick.
In his address to the congregants, Mr Ruto urged them to pray for the country as it heads to the general election in August.
He urged them to pray that ” not the will of any man prevails in the election, but that of God.”
Mr Ruto proceeded to have lunch in Club Jojen in Dagoreti Corner in the company of area MP Dennis Waweru, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria and nominated Senator Joy Gwendo.