'Peer pressure ya Wajackoyah'- Ruto Badly Humiliated After Quoting non-existent Bible verse. -
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‘Peer pressure ya Wajackoyah’- Ruto Badly Humiliated After Quoting non-existent Bible verse.

Deputy President William Ruto, who has fashioned himself as a God-fearing and staunch Christian, has misquoted the Bible once again.

The second in command was in an interview with NTV where he quoted Mathew 17:29, which does not exist in the holy Book.

Chapter 17 in the book of Mathew only has 27 verses.

In other news, Royal Media owned station, Citizen TV was on Saturday, June 11, forced to cut a live stream of Narc Kenya party leader, Martha Karua in Murang’a as residents boycotted her rallies.

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Karua was in company of other Azimio la Umoja leaders from the vote rich Mt Kenya region but she had a hard time selling Raila in Murang’a, a county believed to be the home of Mt Kenya Foundation Billionaires.

For instance, Karua who is Raila’s presidential running mate was seen begging residents to support Raila Odinga.

“Do you recall how Raila rescued Mwai Kibaki’s automobile when it became bogged in the political mud?

“Aah, definitely Sasa Mnajifanya hamjui Raila ndiye alisaindia Kibaki 2002? Moi Angetufinyilia Tena, Kama Si Raila,” Karua said but residents were only watching her like a cartoon.

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The Narc Kenya party leader later on traveled to Nyeri and Laikipia counties where the same embarrassment experienced in Murang’a was mented on her.