Is Pastor Ezekiel’s Prophesy About Ruto’s Downfall and Facing Rejection from Kenyans Coming to Pass?:Here’s Why

Pastor Ezekiel prophesied that Kenya’s problems will start after president elect assumes office.

Speaking to a gathering,the man of God said that if the people of Central don’t understand their son(Uhuru),how will they understand somebody from outside.

The pastor said that Kenyans are tired of fighting because they have only one tribe called Kenya.

“The elders are speaking in a language that leaders dont understand and they want to be assisted,the young also are talking in their own language but nobody cares,if you dont deliver what you promised them,they will come for you as it has happened in Tunisia,Algeria and Iraq”he posed.

The pastor continued to say that the young and old will vote assuming that you have understood what the want but finally it will lead to rebellion because you didn’t take them seriously.

Meanwhile,President William Ruto now claims ongoing protests from the opposition are sponsored by wealthy Kenyans keen to evade paying tax.

President Ruto on Monday said every citizen must honour their tax obligations, adding that Kenya is not an animal farm where some animals are more equal than others.

“Even if they sponsor demonstrations so that they do not pay tax, I want to promise them that they will pay tax, there are no more exemptions,” the Head of State said.

“This country is not the animal farm where some are more equal than others, we are going to have a society where every citizen carries their fair share of our burden to raise our taxes.”

The Head of State was speaking in Mombasa, where he presided over the National Assembly’s Post-Election Seminar 2023 in collaboration with the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA).

Without mentioning names, Ruto said some Kenyans holding high offices have been exempting themselves from paying taxes “using all manner of instruments”, burdening the common mwananchi.

“I’m not talking about additional taxes, I’m talking about taxes that have been agreed upon by parliament and signed into law,” he added.

Ruto has been critical of the rallies organised by the Azimio la Umoja – One Kenya coalition leader Raila Odinga, arguing that the opposition chief is up to no good.

Yesterday, Raila held a major rally at Jakaranda Grounds in Embakasi East where he accused the Kenya Kwanza administration of overburdening Kenyans with taxes.

Raila while likening Ruto’s administration to the biblical tax collector Zacchaeus called on Kenyans to resist paying taxes terming them as “punitive”.

“We ask that all Kenyans demand the removal of these punitive taxes. There will be no taxation without representation,” Raila said.

Terming the Ruto administration illegitimate, Raila announced a series of rallies to protest against the Kenya Kwanza government, which he claims stole his victory in the last presidential election.

Today,Raila Odinga issued a 14-day ultimatum to the government to lower prices of basic commodities and taxes failure to which the opposition will call for mass protests across the country to force the Kenya Kwanza administration to take action.

Speaking during the opposition’s prayer rally at Jevanjee Gardens in Nairobi on Wednesday, Raila said high taxes imposed by the Kenya Kwanza administration have seen prices of basic commodities hit the roof.

He also attributed the high cost of living to President William Ruto’s move to remove food and fuel subsidies introduced by his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta to cushion the citizenry.

Raila said the move to withdraw the subsidies in the middle of drought and famine was reckless and heartless and demanded reinstatement within two weeks.

The former Prime Minister also demanded the suspension of the ongoing exercise to recruit electoral commissioners, saying the process is flawed.

“If these demands are not heeded within fourteen days, we shall lead Kenyans to massive mass action across the country to take their power back and restore sanity,” he warned.

The opposition claims the electoral body led by former IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati was used to rig him out in the last presidential election and demanded the immediate opening of the servers for audit.

“Electoral deceit must end. The (IEBC) servers must be opened and audited under the auspices of a reputable firm or organisation failure to which we shall lead people to restore their authority and voice,” he added.

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