While the Deputy President William Ruto attended a Church Service at the African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) Naromoru, Kieni East, Nyeri County last Sunday, his eldest son Nick Ruto was at Jilam church at Jomvu constituency, Mombasa.
Nick, who is cleverly piercing into the political scene, urged Kenyans to sincerely get rooted into God’s ways citing that it is a perfect way of preaching peace and coexistence among the citizens regardless of their ethnic background.
Besides, building own network, his Mombasa visit is perceived as a strategy to woo support in the Coast vote-rich zone ahead of 2022.
The lawyer-cum-entrepreneur who was accompanied by youthful leaders Victor Ayugi, George Gaita Maina vowed to support church activities across the country.
He also advised young people to be people who can be trusted, get committed to good cause to be entrusted with leadership positions as well as beneficial responsibilities.
After the church service, Ruto junior presided over a local volleyball tournament at Jomvu primary school after which he awarded trophies the best teams.
He said amidst the rampant unemployment, the youth should be guided to seize opportunities available that they need to earn a living and change the country’s fortunes.
“As young citizens, we should be committed to talents and sports because they are a sou
He further appealed to the present leadership to embrace young people and entrust them with leadership positions in a bid towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Since he was admitted to the bar and gazetted as the Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, he has been noticeably making tours across the country.
Mr. Ayugi urged parents to raise their children in church and instill them with moral values that will see them through to old age.