Close to 20,000 people converged at Jesus Winner Ministry Church in Roysambu for overnight prayers to usher in the New year. They travelled from far and wide for a thanksgiving overnight prayer meeting commonly know as ‘Kesha.” Bishop Edward Mwai said Kenya will attract foreign investors who will uplift the country’s economy.
He said the Hague based cases against President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto will flop. Mwai said countries which had distanced themselves from Kenya because of the ICC cases will resume their relations with Kenya. He said some governors will lose their seats before the completion of their first terms in office.
Mwai predicted that Kenya will experience floods that may lead to deaths of many while some parts of the country will experience a drought. He said more petrol and mineral deposits will be discovered in Kenya this year. He said more industries will be established in the country.
“God reveals both good and bad things to his people not to harm them but to make them pray more to overcome the plans of the devil,” Mwai said.