It is only after these had come to pass that the media went to her.
In the past, before the current Constitution that recognises women, she says, she has seen visions of women being empowered more than they are today. She says the future is brighter for Kenya’s women.
The most intriguing of her visions revolve around the political arena. She says God has shown her who is going to be Kenya’s next president but she is not going to say this yet. But that president in waiting is not going to have an easy walk in the park.
That person must first fulfil some requirements; one of them being total reliance upon God and something to do with the moon, the sun and stars.
On his way out
In February, during the interview, she shared a vision she had had earlier. It was about the fall of a vocal Cabinet minister. When she told us the name, we thought it was far-fetched.
Surely President Kibaki can’t do that, we argued. She said it was clear from the vision she had had about the minister that he was on his way out — that he was ‘paying’ for his past mistakes but was yet to face more problems in the ministry he was to be shifted to.
And indeed the last reshuffle saw him removed from the all-important ministry.
She also mentioned impending deaths of two prominent leaders. They were sick, she said, "and I am seeing people wailing..." A few days later news of the first death hit the news. The other followed soon after. She went ahead to name at least two others who are facing the Grim Reaper soon. .. and many more before the end of the year.
Back to politics and Nyaboke says the county faces hard times ahead. In her visions, she claims to have seen Kenyans carrying their belongings and hurriedly leaving their homes towards an unknown destination in search of peace.
How can we avoid this turn of events as a country? We ask.