Bees Disrupt DP William Ruto’s Event in Kwale

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Bees Disrupt DP William Ruto’s Event in Kwale

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A fund  drive for churches by Deputy President William Ruto at Lunga Lunga primary school in Kwale county was almost cut shot after bees attacked church members and locals.

Ruto and several leaders had just arrived at the school when the incident occurred. The crowd fled for safety as the bees attacked them.

Bishop Moris Mwarandu of redeemed church and some members of the crowd began praying to repulse the bees

Ruto’s aids had to block residents who were trying to escape through his dais.

None of the leaders present were harmed during the incident on Saturday.

The bees were repulsed after a short time and the programme continued after the crowd calmed down.

Leaders who accompanied the DP include National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale, MPs Gideon Mung’aro, Mustafa Iddi, Hari Kombe, Dan Kazungu, Zainab Chizuga , Gonzi Rai and Kwale MCA Mweruphe Ndoro.

Bishop Mwarandu said the bees planned to disrupt the meeting but through Gods power they went back.

‘I want to assure you that problem facing you in Rift valley is ending and so you should not be worried,” he also told the DP.

– See more at: The Star

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A fund  drive for churches by Deputy President William Ruto at Lunga Lunga primary school in Kwale county was almost cut shot after bees attacked church members and locals. Ruto and several leaders had just arrived at the school when the incident occurred. The crowd fled for safety as the bees attacked them. Bishop Moris

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