In the run up to the 2002 general elections there was great fear in the country and many rich folks left Kenya for the duration of those memorable elections. The excuse many gave was that they were taking a holiday. But the massive transfer of funds out of the country spoke a different story.
The fear was justified because credible reports
that even I received indicated that there was a lot of pressure on then
then President Daniel Moi to find a way to hang onto power. Kenya also
had no history of a peaceful handover of power from a living president.
in the midst of all these uncertainties an arrogant Briton came into
the country for prayers and started making predictions and prophecies on
the counry's political future. Few Kenyans had ever heard of the London
based preacher. But he spoke with such authority that some Kenyans even
He predicted that there would be a peaceful change
of guard. Mwai Kibaki was going to be the new president and he would
usher in a new era in the country. His role was to prepare the country
for take off, putting all the structures in place and in readiness for
Kenya to prosper so much so that many will jealously ask; "why Kenya?" I
drunk in all his prophecies and implemented the only known test for
prophets, to wait and see if what he had said would come to pass. You
know what happened next.
Then in 2007 the man was back again.
This time I was really shocked. He predicted that Mwai Kibaki would be
back in office. he was going to finish his work of preparation. This
contradicted all the information I had on the ground which clearly
showed that Raila Odinga was headed for a landslide victory in those
presidential elections. The prophet had to be wrong this time round, I
That election resulted in post election violence and
weeks of uncertainty over what was going to happen next. But the truth
is that the man was right once again.
In the run up to the just
concluded 2013 general elections I deliberately chose to not read his
prophecies because I was sure they would influence my analysis and
writing. And so immediately after the elections, I rushed to his website
and read what he had been saying. (read the rest of this article in my latest raw notes).
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