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Rachel Ruto hosts Zimbabwean pastor who prophesied William Ruto’s victory

By Freya Wanjiku September 15th, 2022 2 min read

Kenya’s First Lady  Rachel Ruto has met the pastor who prophesied her hubby’s election victory. Zimbabwe’s Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries senior pastor Dr Ian Ndlovu and his wife Evangelist Angel Ndlovu paid the First Lady a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi on Wednesday.

“It was a pleasure hosting Dr Ian Ndlovu and his wife Evangelist Angel Ndlovu who paid me a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi,” Mrs Ruto tweeted.

Pastor Ndlovu famously prophesied Dr Ruto’s election victory in 2020, two years before the polls.

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“God says do not 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,” Pastor Ndlovu said back then.

“God’s will is to use a son of Kenya whose first name is Bill and the other name has initial ‘R'”, Dr Ndlovu said in yet another post.

Dr Ndlovu also riled at former President Uhuru Kenyatta for the bitter fallout with his former deputy, labelling the turn of events as “betrayal at the highest mountain in Kenya.”

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Meanwhile, Mama Rachel also shared pictures from her meet up with the Power Chapel Worldwide prophet Victor Kusi from Ghana.

Additionally, the prayerful First Lady also met Zabron choir from Tanzania. The choir, which is famed for the Mkono wa Bwana song, entertained guests and members of the public who attended Dr Ruto’s swearing in ceremony on Tuesday at the Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani.

The renowned choir is also famous for the a melodic wedding tune Sweetie Sweetie whose views stand at 23 million on YouTube. The song has a  catchy tune that provides a direct response to naysayers on people’s relationship.

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