Ruto prayer rally yielded nothing, claims MP
07 September 2015, 21:39
Nakuru - The much hyped 'mother of all prayers' rally held Sunday in Kuresoi to pray for deputy President, William Ruto did not yield anything and can work against the DP in his pursuit to get out of the ICC guillotines, an MP has said.
Kuresoi south MP, Zakayo Cheruiyot said the MPs who gathered at Kuresoi to pray for the DP do not understand what the DP is going through.
Speaking Monday morning at a Nakuru hotel, Cheruiyot said that he understands better what the DP is going through saying that the MPs should stop their empty talk about the ICC cases and work on how they can get the DP out of the Hague-based court.
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“Yesterday people gathered in Kuresoi to pray for the DP but instead of praying they were busy politicking. Instead of addressing the real issues they were busy making things worse for the DP. Mere political words and statements will only complicate things for the DP,” said Cheruiyot.
He added, “What people should be doing is ask President Kenyatta and his handlers what they did to bring his case to an end and apply the same on Ruto’s case.”
He called on Ruto to personally handle his ICC issue just like President Kenyatta did before it’s too late.
“Ruto should face the ICC by it horns and confront it the way Uhuru did. Sitting and relying on lawyers cannot be the solution,” said the MP.
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