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DP Ruto's Message to Kenyans a Day After Kiunjuri Launched his Party

kagane_ke 06/25/2020

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A day after former Agricultural Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri launched his party namely The Service Party, Deputy President William Ruto has on Thursday celebrated Kenyans especially those that have stood out by themselves in ensuring they fulfil their dreams.

The Deputy President has penned in his social media appreciating those Kenyans that have already started their journey in building their lives and the nation asserting that they should realize that every journey begins with a single step.

The Second in command has asserted that among his celebrities are those Kenyans that have stood strong in resisting all setbacks including those that refuse to be discouraged.

DP Ruto has extended that he surely knows what dreams are, applauding any Kenyan who has taken his first step towards chasing his or her dream.

"I celebrate all Kenyans who resist all setbacks; who refuse to be discouraged; who are not willing to let their dreams die. I know what dreams are and I salute everyone who is taking the first step towards their dream," Ruto penned.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The statements from DP Ruto comes a day after former Agricultural Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri decided to launch his party with a mission in ensuring that service to the people of Kenya will redefine the country's politics.

Kiunjuri asserted that The Service Party as the name suggest will be a party which will be equivocal about service delivery to Kenyans.

"I promised in January that I’d be back. I thank God for enabling me to keep this promise. As #TheServiceParty we come full of hope in the belief that service to our people will redefine Kenya’s politics. Twaamini impactful politics is not a reserve of the big parties," Kiunjuri penned in his social media.

Source: opera.com
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