Deputy President William Ruto has asked decisions or stands taken by the judiciary and the church on matters Building Bridges Initiative to be respected.
Addressing mourners at Mbilini in Kangundo Subcounty of Machakos County the deputy president said that the country was for all Kenyans not for the politicians alone.
“It’s bad to tell the church not to talk of ” reggae” matters. I want to tell my fellow leaders that Kenya is not for politicians alone it’s for Kenyan and let us not try and undermine the decision of the courts or the church,” he said.
“The church is the voice of God, we must respect the church, the church has a position to advise us in the political leadership, we should be ready to accept the advise of the church because if we are not we are setting ourselves for failure,” added the deputy president.
During Kalembe Ndile’s burial Raila Odinga told the church to keep off BBI and concentrate on matter the pulpit. One of the clergy members took a swipe at BBI reggae saying that without a vision, it was going to destroy the country.
Further DP Ruto urged his opponents to share their strategies of how they will benefit the common mwananchi rather than giving tales to kenyans.
“These leaders that we are competing with let them come and tell us what they will do kenyans once elected or what they did, not giving us ” vietndawili”,” DP went on.
Salome Munavu, wife to Prof. Munavu a DP Ruto strategist succumbed to cardiac arrest on 1st June. She served as a University Librarian at the University of Nairobi before retirement in 2013.