Monday April 15, 2019-Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday responded to COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli’s remarks that he would not be on the ballot come 2022.
Speaking to a congregation at the Salvation Army Citadel in Kakamega County, Ruto dismissed Atwoli's prediction, saying he will and must be on the ballot come 2022.
He accused the vocal long-serving trade unionist of using witchcraft to tell the future.
“In this country right now, the contest is between two groups; those who believe in God and those who believe in witchcraft.”
"When you hear someone saying that he has been told by witch-doctors that a certain person will be on the ballot and the other will not...it tells you a lot about where the country is right now," Ruto stated.
The DP added that he would pray for the COTU boss to seek the Kingdom of God.
The Kenyan DAILY POST