President William Ruto has today shared to Kenyans the epiphany he had while on his official tour South Korea. President Ruto recently visited to South Korea with some of his Cabinet Secretaries for bilateral negotiations on behalf of Kenya. One of the largest economies in the world, South Korea is a significant trading partner that Ruto is looking to explore.
The President of Kenya is a well-known devout Christian who usually gives God the glory for his election victory in August. He has always affirmed that the Kenya Kwaza Alliance's victory over the Azimio La Umoja Coalition, which had the full support of the government apparatus and the incumbent president, Uhuru, would not have been possible without God.
President William Ruto announced during a speech to a church audience that he got a tremendous revelation that Kenya will one day join South Korea in becoming a huge economy by the will of God.
William Ruto claims that South Korea was a borrower from Kenya 30 years ago but is now the world's 10th-largest economy. He has reaffirmed that Kenya will undergo a similar economic change under God's plan as South Korea did.
"I urge Kenyans to trust God," President William Ruto appeals to Kenyans. The head of state said it is only through prayers and trust in God that Kenya can prosper.
"While in South Korea, I had a great revelation; 30 years ago, Kenya was lending money to them, but today, it is the world's 10th largest economy. I received the revelation that it is not by might or power, but by the Spirit of God," he added.
The following below are some of the reactions elicited by different Kenyans following Ruto’s message.
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