"I fell sick one night and my husband took me to Kenyatta National Hospital thinking I had pneumonia but all the while I was seeing visions. God wanted me to prophesy what would happen to the people of Kenya," Nyaboke recalls.
When she left hospital, not feeling better, her husband took Nyaboke to her parents’ home in Koru near Kisumu.
She was still seeing visions of people wearing robes of different colours each carrying a Bible and a cross.
Nyaboke, a devout Adventist then, lived in a trance for some time. Her parents thought she had become mad.
They therefore called for prayer ‘warriors’ from all denominations around her home area and as they were praying for her, one woman stopped the others and told them how she had seen a vision, which was a clear message that God wanted Nyaboke to prophesy. That is how it all started.
Visions on hair
On coming back to Nairobi in 1993, she went back to her salon business and life was never the same. Nyaboke claims that as she worked on clients’ hair, she would see visions about them and this shocked her and her clients when she told them about their lives.
The clients would go home and share her messages with fellow women and day by day, women flocked to her salon to be told about their future.
"My salon turned into a prayer house. I had to close it to concentrate on my calling," says Nyaboke.
If some of the happenings in the country and around the world are anything to go by, then Nyaboke is into matters beyond human comprehension. She says she has prophesied some important historic milestones in Kenya yet she is never taken seriously.
"I prophesied the fall of Kanu way back in 1999; I foresaw a new government coming to power in the 2002 General Election. I even foresaw the disintegration of Narc long before the 2002 elections," she says pensively.
Also in her list of prophesies which she says have come to pass are the August 7, 1998 bomb blast in Nairobi. She also alludes to having seen the World Trade Centre being bombed.