Mwala Member of Parliament Vincent Musyoka has said that Deputy President William Ruto could be the anointed President of Kenya following his never-ending attacks from his political rivals.
While addressing a mass, Musyoka pointed out that the second in command was facing a lot of tribulations, and that could mean that he could be the country’s next President after the head of state Uhuru Kenyatta finishes his term in 2022.
The MP also quoted a preacher without revealing his name who had prophesied about DP William Ruto’s victory as he cautioned him that the real test is yet to come.
“Ruto you could be the anointed person but you will face challenges. You have not seen yet,” he told the DP.
He went on to say that everyone across the country wants to paint or speak evil against DP Ruto and tint him as the wrong person.
He argued that even those who are not clean see William Ruto as the evil one.
He added that everyone has been pointing all wrongs towards the second in command for whatever reason, further adding that maybe they are doing so because God is preparing the Deputy President for a bigger role in the country.
Musyoka pointed out that he was not ashamed of the DP as he asked him to continue doing his job, and his mission in helping the church of Christ and God was going to open more doors for him.
The legislature stated that they are aware that the country is at a place where people are divided in their political thinking, and some of the things that are going on are just temporary.
He added that it was praying that their leader, Wiper party patron Kalonzo Musyoka joins DP Ruto ahead of the 2022 general elections despite previously saying that there was no chance of that happening.
He further added that there was nothing stopping the two from working together ahead of next year’s polls.
On his part, Deputy President William Ruto said that his political rivals were forming coalitions to compete with him and the Hustler nation, but he was ready for them promising to give them a fight.
He also asked the Kamba community to support his Presidential bid.