Reverend Shem Ngiki Walks 237 Kilometers to Deliver Message from God to President Ruto

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Shem Ngiki, a reverend from Athi River, embarked on a unique journey on Thursday, February 16th.

He started a 237-kilometer trek from Mtito Andei, Makueni County, with a briefcase, heading towards Nairobi’s State House to deliver a message from God to the President, William Ruto.

Ngiki explained that God instructed him to walk the precise distance, and he had to obey and not utilize any means of transportation to avoid offending God.

During an interview, Ngiki referenced biblical prophets who were sent by God to deliver important messages, stating that God commanded him to deliver a message from His kingdom to the President.

He went on to explain that God was angry at the opposition party, Azimio la Umoja, for their refusal to accept the Supreme Court verdict that named Ruto as the President-elect.

Ngiki believes that the message he delivers will determine if Ruto is the chosen leader for Kenyans.

Kenyans had mixed reactions to Ngiki’s journey.

Some discouraged him, feeling he was putting in too much effort, but others encouraged him to keep going, hoping it would help him gain favor from the President.

A Kenyan citizen, June Masai, questioned if the message would be any different if Ngiki took a bus instead of walking.

Regardless of others’ opinions, Ngiki remains committed to his journey and the message he is to deliver to the President.

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