“These leaders are very proud and have no respect whatsoever for God and this is what will continue causing problems in this nation. Unless we really turn to God starting with our leaders,” she exhorts.
She foresees much problem in one part of Kenya which she sees having external interference hence an agitation. This vision she received last year and says that if the government does not act tough and decisively then the problem in the region might get out of hand and become uncontrollable.
She also tells of a government which does not know how to keep secrets and this could be a great undoing as State secrets spill over to the wrong people. She says that the she saw a vision whereby people sell government secrets for money.
The church has not been spared in her prophesies when she says that love for money has compromised many faithful into being uncritical in their outlook towards leaders. Nyaboke observes that many church leaders are corrupt and have used their money to intimidate the flock.
She laments, “the congregation in many churches fear to criticise their leaders because of the financial consequences that come with it – the leaders wield heavy economic muscle that nobody can touch them; it is this very wealth that they use to intimidate worshippers.”
In her visions she has seen a true man of God in one of the mainstream churches who can speak with authority and who people can take seriously. She says that the leader is humble and has in the recent past suffered massive loss but still remains true to God.
Baffling in her list of prophesies is one business that has grown and is leading to more deaths – the making of coffins for display. She says that God is faithful and gives what people ask for, Therefore if people make coffins as seen in every street corner, then people are asking God to let others die so that they can get business and so God brings death.
Her solution to this is one: “Let the coffin be made after a person dies because right now we have welcomed death, hence the myriad deaths we are witnessing through accidents and other disasters.”
Nyaboke states that those who would want to listen should hear what she has to say as she prays for the sceptics that they might change and give her prophesy time to pass and she is strongly convicted that they will be confounded.
“Repent and let God restore this land,” cries Nyaboke in her modest abode in Nairobi’s Eastlands.