Deputy President William Ruto Sunday hit out at ODM chair John Mbadi over his plan to introduce a Bill that caps contributions to churches terming it a sign of end times.
“When you see people plan to go to Parliament with a Bill that aims to oppose support to the Church and the word of God, then it is end times,” Ruto was quoted saying by Standard.
The deputy president was speaking at the African Divine Church headquarters in Vihiga County during its 70th anniversary celebrations.
John Mbadi has been vocal against Ruto’s contributions alongside other ODM members.
About 4,000 pastors attended the event with thousands of ADC followers from across East Africa.
Vihiga Governor Wilber Ottichilo, his predecessor Moses Akaranga were present with MPs Charles Gimose (Hamisi) and Benjamin Washiali (Mumias East), among others.