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Rachael to hold monthly prayer meetings at State House

First Lady Rachael Ruto (with shot hair and white earrings, standing next to President William Ruto, in white pair of long trousers) in a prayer meeting at State House, Nairobi.

First Lady Rachael Ruto has announced that there will be monthly prayer meetings at state House, after yesterday’s inaugural meeting.

Following their victory in last month’s highly contested election, Rachael, who has portrayed herself as a ‘prayer warrior’, gave an assurance to the visiting religious leaders that that was not their last meeting at the house on a hill.

“The Bible says that ‘people will go up to Jerusalem year after for the feast of the Tabernacle’, and I hope that this is a place where people will come year after year for thanksgiving. I want to tell the church that this is not the last service that we are having. You will be coming here every month to give thanks to God for doing is good,” said Rachael.

The first family has been out of the country on official trips to the UK and the United States respectively. They had just jetted back to the country a day before they would hold their first religious meeting at State House.

Rachael Ruto has been described as an intercessor, a tag that she also confirmed even as she went ahead to thank her husband, President William Ruto, and other religious heads who were in attendance. “As an intercessor, I am very excited. I feel the doors have been opened. Thank you so much to our president for allowing us intercessors to walk into this compound today to pray. We are very excited,” Mrs Ruto thank.

I’m the run up to the just concluded presidential election, the now First Lady astounded the world when she alleged that she had prayed for dirty water at their previous abode, and the water is now clean and healthy for anyone’d use. However, that is an allegation that is yet to be proved – scientifically or spiritually.

In yesterday’s state House meeting, in attendance were several religious leaders who included prophet Victor Kusi Boateng from Power Chapel Worldwide, Ghana, before hosting preacher couple, Dr Ian and Angel Ndlovu. Ian and Angel are pastors at the Divine Kingdom Baptist Church in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

The First Lady will now be expected to fit into the shoes of her predicessor, the affable Mama Margret Kenyatta.

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