Zimbabwe Pastor Ian Ndlovu of Divine Baptism church has in the past given shocking prophecies about Kenya. His most profounding one is when he prophecied that Jubilee was to win elections in 2017 and it came to pass.
In 2020, Pastor Ndlovu prophecied the current problems facing Deputy President William Ruto warning President Uhuru as well.
"When God makes you Moses just like your father and gives you a Joshua who stood with you through thick and thin, do not betray him," Ndlovu sends a strong stern warning.
After March 2018 handshake with Raila Odinga, President Uhuru isolated his deputy Ruto who stood with him through thick and thin, even when his presidential election victory was nullified by the Supreme Court of Kenya he was there to defend him.
Ndlovu went ahead and prophecied that it was the same Joshua who helped Moses will continue with the work they started together several years ago.
"God says it is Joshua who has grace from him to continue what you started together several years ago," concluded Ndlovu.
From the above Ndlovu remarks, Dp Ruto has helped President Uhuru get elected in 2013 and 2017. This is not the only preacher to prophesy Ruto's trouble and victory, Pastor Lai of Jesus Celebration Center (JCC) in Mombasa warned Ruto to be ready to carry a heavy cross but he will emerge victorious at the end.
As of now, Dp Ruto has already declared his 2022 presidential ambitions to succeed President Uhuru posing the question, could Ndlovu's prophecy come to pass 2 years later and make Ruto the fifth President of Kenya come 2022? Share your thoughts below.
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