Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, announced new prophesies for Kenyan Vice President William Ruto on Tuesday, ahead of the country’s presidential election in 2022.
Primate Ayodele warned that Ruto’s approach must be smart and tactical, as he expects a new contender to emerge before the poll, backed by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Ruto, he added, has everything it takes to lead the country in 2022, but the opposition will be too strong to derail his intentions to become the country’s next president.
In a statement released by his media aide, Oluwatosin Osho, the cleric stated that some individuals will leave his camp and that some of his supporters will be assaulted in order to produce confusion for his ambition, but that if he follows orders, he will be able to conquer all of them.
Furthermore, Ayodele stated that if Odinga, the country’s former prime minister and the Orange Democratic Movement’s (ODM) candidate, is not careful, he will lose his desire due to chance and overconfidence.
He added that the president will approach Odinga about joining forces, but that he will only be utilised as a backup contender for the presidency.
Some people wish to leave DP. Because the president intends to put on another candidate of his choice, William Ruto’s camp must be very clever and tactical. They will approach Raila Odinga and propose that they join forces to oppose Ruto.
They will attack Ruto’s members in order to cause disarray in his administration; nevertheless, if he follows instructions, he has all he needs to be president. He has the ability to control Kenya, but he will face significant opposition. The administration intends to enact a new electoral legislation that will have an impact on him.
“They should expect a different candidate while Odinga is used as a Plan B presidential candidate,” he remarked.
“Odinga must be cautious so that he does not miss it by accident, overconfidence, or bad advice, all of which will have an impact on his political approach.”
“Let them pray that they don’t lose a member of parliament before the election.”