Raila scold Ruto over opposition to the Building Bridges Initiative whose content he says has not been revealed.
Opponents of the Building Bridges Initiative are beneficiaries of raw power and want to retain the status quo in 2022, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has said.
Raila and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka on Sunday dismissed those opposed to the handshake.
They said the government will start implementing the BBI report in a weeks' time to change the country's governance structure.
They said the handshake has partly addressed the challenges facing Kenyans, including corruption, tribalism, and disunity.
Rasanga spoke during the Methodist Church thanksgiving ceremony for the election of Joseph Ntombura as the first president of the African Methodist Council at the Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi.
Ntombura is the Methodist Church's presiding bishop in Kenya.
Raila and Kalonzo asked church leaders to support the referendum and ensure religious leaders play an integral role in ensuring good leadership.
They also asked the church to claim its space in the fight for reforms and good leadership.
Raila said the BBI report will change how politics are conducted in the country to ensure effective representation of Kenyans.
Kalonzo ask Kenyans to trust President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila after they came up with the Building Bridges Initiative.
Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi who also attended the service called on Kenyans to unite and build the nation.
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