It’s up to Kenyans to decide whether to accept or reject the prophecy. However, we should repent as a country, a community and as individuals.
The truth is we are not doing well, as a nation, but if we went on our knees, I am sure God will hear us and grant us the peace, love and unity that we continually pray for in our national anthem.
As sure as the Lord God is on the throne and He reigns over the world, if Kenyans won’t turn from being faithless and arrogance, He will humble them.
The bottom line is we need to turn to God and stop trusting too much on our leaders.
Let’s not be frightened by prophecies. Deuteronomy 18:22 Matthew 24:23-26 and Matthew 7:14-17 are clear about prophecies.