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Rachel Ruto hosts Zimbabwean Pastor who Prophesied William Ruto's victory

Rachel Ruto, the First Lady of Kenya, has met the pastor who foretold her husband's electoral success. On Wednesday, Dr. Ian Ndlovu, senior pastor of Zimbabwe's Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries, and his wife Evangelist Angel Ndlovu paid the First Lady a visit at State House in Nairobi.

Evangelist Angel Ndlovu and Dr. Ian Ndlovu made me a courtesy call at State House in Nairobi, and it was a pleasure to host them, Mrs. Ruto tweeted.

Pastor Ndlovu notably foretold Dr. Ruto's victory in the 2020 elections two years before the vote.

"God commands you not to desert your Joshua. after he has assisted you in maintaining your position of authority for so many years. God claims that Joshua is the one who has His permission to carry on from where you are leaving off. To carry on the work that you two started many years ago," Pastor Ndlovu stated at the time.

In yet another article, Dr. Ndlovu stated that "God's plan is to use a son of Kenya whose first name is Bill and the other name has an initial "R."

The severe feud between Uhuru Kenyatta and his former deputy also infuriated Dr. Ndlovu, who referred to it as "betrayal at the highest mountain in Kenya."

Mama Rachel also posted photos from her encounter with Ghanaian prophet Victor Kusi of the Power Chapel Worldwide.

The pious First Lady also encountered the Tanzanian Zabron Choir. Guests and members of the public who attended Dr. Ruto's oath-taking ceremony on Tuesday at the Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani, were amused by the choir, which is famous for the Mkono wa Bwana song.

The well-known choir is especially well-known for the enchanting wedding song Sweetie Sweetie, which has amassed 23 million views on YouTube. The song's appealing melody offers a straightforward rebuttal to those who doubt relationships between individuals.

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