President Ruto's family is known for adherence to Christianity and it's value. First lady Rachel Ruto had a pleasure hosting Dr Ian Ndlovu and his wife evangelist Angel Ndlovu who paid her a courtesy call at statehouse Nairobi. Rachel Ruto on Wednesday hosted the prophet Dr Ian Ndlovu of the divine kingdom baptist church based in Zimbabwe at statehouse.
In a statement posted on her social media, madam Ruto said the renowned prophet had visited her together with his wife Angel Ndlovu. Ndlovu is well known for his controversial prophecies among them predicting Ruto's in the August elections. In 2020 he said God says don't betray your Joshua. After he has helped you to secure your seat of power for all these years. God says it is this Joshua that has the grace from him to continue from where you are going to leave. To continue what you started together several years ago.
Another post by the prophet claimed that it was God's will to use a son of Kenya whose first name is Bill and the other name has initial R which was interpreted to mean that it was Ruto. Another prophecy by Dr Ndlovu in Kenya was the falling out of former president Kenyatta and his deputy which he labelled betrayal at the highest mountain in Kenya.
Still on Wednesday first lady Rachel received visit from Ghana's prophet Victor Kusi Boateng at statehouse Nairobi. The prophet is from power chapel worldwide Ghana, who paid Rachel Ruto a courtesy call at statehouse. The two meetings at statehouse were preceded by meeting Zabron singers and Ghanaian vice president Mahmudu Bawumia earlier today. Follow me and click on the link for more information. https://twitter.com/MamaRachelRuto/status/1570086465505214465?t=woOETtkfsUQat8Y1FN-s-A&s=19
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