Meet Ian Ndlovu The Zimbabwe Prophet Who Prayed For New Kenyan President On First Day In Office


Meet Dr Ian Ndlovu The Zimbabwe Prophet Who Prayed For New Kenyan President On First Day In Office

Zimbabwean Prophet Dr Ian Ndlovu met Kenya’s new First Lady Rachel Ruto on Wednesday. This was one of the First Lady’s first meetings on her first day at State House, Nairobi.

In a statement on her social media, Kenya’s First Lady said Dr Ndlovu had paid a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi. She said Ndlovu visited her together with his wife Angel Ndlovu. Rachel Ruto wrote:

It was a pleasure hosting Dr Ian Ndlovu and his wife Evangelist Angel Ndlovu who paid me a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi.

Interestingly, Dr Ian Ndlovu also predicted William Ruto’s victory in the August elections.

In 2020, Ndlovu said:

God says do not betray your Joshua. After he has helped you to secure your seat of power for all these years. God says it is this Joshua that has the grace from HIM to continue from where you are going to leave. To continue what you started together several years ago.

Another post by the Zimbabwe prophet claimed that it was ‘God’s will to use a son of Kenya whose first name is Bill and the other name has initial R’, which was interpreted to mean that it was Ruto.

Ian Ndlovu in church & wearing PhD regalia (Image Credit: Facebook/Ian Ndlovu)

But Who Is Ian Ndlovu?

Ian Ndlovu is a cleric and academic. He is the founding senior pastor at Divine Kingdom Baptist Ministries and also a lecturer in Economics and Econometrics courses at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST).

Ndlovu married Angel on 20 April 2013, and the couple has two children. His wife is the coordinator of the Women’s Fellowship and Children’s Ministry.

In terms of academic qualifications, Ian Ndlovu holds an undergraduate degree from Midlands State University (MSU). He also graduated with a Master of Science in Banking and Financial Services from NUST.

Ian Ndlovu holds a Doctorate in Management Studies from the University of South Africa. His thesis is titled

“Commodity Price Volatility, Stock Market Performance and Economic Growth: Evidence from BRICS Countries.”


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