Ruto urges Christians to show up on 9th August and cast their votes, during an inter denominational prayer session in Karen with the clergy.
He stated that most Kenyans end up lamenting about bad leaders are occupying elective posts and yet they did not vote, This in turn facilitates the election of wrong leaders.
“This elections is more of a spiritual battle than a political contest and that is why we have all the manner of things that are going on today,” he said.
The deputy president also urged Kenyans to uphold peace during and after election. Which ever way the elections results turn out the country must go on.
“I want to urge Kenyans from all political divide. Please be peaceful so that we can work together as one united nation,” he added
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The presidential hopeful was accompanied his wife Rachael Ruto, Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula, Machakos governor Alfred Mutua, Turkana governor Josphat Nanok and other leaders.