William Ruto, the current president of Kenya has now changed tune on Elnino rains.
The rains in question have made Kenyans live in anticipation for the last few weeks.
Speaking to faithfuls at a church service in Riruta, Ruto educated the congregation about the newest development from the Kenya meteriological department.
The president stated that the expert meteorologists opinion showed that the country would receive constructive heavy rains and not the destructive Elnino as earlier predicted.
”Hata juzi mliskia kukawa na habari pengine kutakua na Elnino ambayo itaharibu kule itaharibu mali ingine. Lakini Mungu ni nani? Wale watu wamesema eti kutakua tu na mvua kubwa lakini haitafika pahali ya kuharibu. Si tunamshukuru mungu jameni?” Ruto coaxed the congregation.
Thanking God, the 5th president went on a promising spree, stating that the government had a constructive plan to ensure the heavy rains benefitted farmers and the whole nation at large.
”Na hio mvua nyingi ambayo tutapata,tumepanga pia na wakulima watuzalishie chakula tena so that we can have another harvest by January” Ruto revelead.
”Bill” as he is fondly refferred to by the firstlady, seemingly took jabs at the Azimio coalition. He blasted demostrations terming them as antics that would not help Kenya’s plan on food sustainability.He instead advised the demonstraters to do so in the farm since after all the flour came from the farm.
”Na ndio niliwaleza njia ya kuondoa matatizo ya njaa Kenya si maandamano na kama si maandamano ni maandamano shambani kwa sababu unga haitoki kwa duka inatoka shambani ama namna gani jameni and I want to promise you that going forward we have a constructive plan on food production so that Kenya never goes back to a place where citizens wanalia njaa.We have to work hard. Na hio ndio mpango yetu.” Ruto stated.