Ruto's Hilarious Advice to Bishop on How To Treat His Wife [VIDEO]
Deputy President William Ruto cracked several ribs during a church service at Chepngobob Methodist Church, Kericho County on Sunday, December 15.
This was after he lightheartedly schooled the local Bishop on how to properly introduce his wife in order to avoid confrontations at home later on in the day.
"Umejaribu kuintroduce your dear wife lakini mimi nimeoana uKaleh bado iko mingi, kwa sababu umesema huyu ni mama. Sasa hatujui ni mama mzazi ama ni mama ya nani, loosely translating to, You have tried to introduce your dear wife but I think you are suffering from a stereotype associated with us Kalenjins because you have introduced her as mama, which is a bit confusing," he remarked in between busts of laughter.
He went on to advise the church leader to always refer to his wife in endearing terms, even during introductions as it would guarantee a happy home.
"Lakini Bishop ungesema this is my dear wife, ama namna gani? Ata ungesema sweetheart ataskia mzuri, loosely translating to, In my opinion, I think you should have referred to her as 'my dear wife', you could even call her your sweetheart which would make her feel even better," DP Ruto lightheartedly stated.
The country's second in command also jokingly mocked his fellow Kalenjins for always trying to be modest.
"Unajua sasa hii modesty ya Wakaleh punguza kidogo, loosely translating to, you should steer clear of this modesty trait associated with us Kalenjins," he stated, as he struggled to control his fits of laughter.
He went on to share a verse from the bible calling on all Kenyan to practice tolerance and unity.
"You too, be patient and stand firm, because the Lord’s coming is near. Don’t grumble against one another, brothers and sisters, or you will be judged. The Judge is standing at the door! James 5:8-9," he posted on his official twitter page.
Here's the hilarious video schooling the Bishop on how to properly introduce his wife:
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