Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, on Friday, revealed that he feared for his life following a prophecy made by Zimbwabwean Pastor Ian Ndlovu on an assassination plot.
The Nairobi boss has warned those planning for his assasination that he will respond to their evil move by proving the ‘Kamba’ in him very soon. “Besides being a Governor,my enemies should not forget that I am a descendant of the Akamba nation and can do anything to paralyze them” Sonko quipped.
The county head took to social media reacting to the preacher’s proclamation that a popular politician in East Africa would soon be assassinated.
“One of the popular politicians will soon be assassinated and the blame diverted to the Government. The assassinators will also die at some point. This preacher does not give a false prophecy. Whatever he prophecises happens,” Sonko noted.
Sonko warned that he would up his security adding, “Mtu ajaribu kunitrail usiku kama saizi aone (Somebody dare trail me at night, I will deal with you!),”
In the video seen by our reporters , the Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries preacher failed to mention the name of the politician neither did he narrow down on which country the targeted victim hailed from.
“A vision which God has been showing me, we need to pray for East Africa. I will not mention the country but it is either Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda or Rwanda. In one of the countries, there is a plot to assassinate one popular politician,” he conveyed.
He explained that the politician who is viewed as a threat would be abducted in a well-executed plot and killed.
“If they assassinate that person, it may mark the collapse of the government in that country. He appears small but if that person is killed it will trigger unrest and it will only take God to stabilize that country,” Ndlovu stated.
He further revealed that three men with military skills would be used in the mission and would die as well.
Sonko has on several occasions claimed that his life was in danger with high ranking government officials threatening him.
He at one point refused to operate from City Hall opting to run county affairs from his Mua Hills home over claims that his office was not safe.