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Lillian Ng’ang’a Slams First Lady After She Claimed Prayers Helped Stabilize Kenyan Shilling

Lillian Ng’ang’a has asked First Lady Mama Rachel Ruto to stop claiming that prayers are the silver bullet to all problems bedeviling Kenya.

During a recent launch of empowerment projects for women, youth, and people with disabilities in Kajiado, Rachel Ruto acknowledged the government’s determination to overcome challenges through prayer.

She claimed prayers helped stabilized the Kenyan shilling trading against the US dollar.

“When the drought came, we turned to God in prayer, and he answered with rain. We have also seen the Kenyan shilling strengthening against the US dollar, from 165 to 145 and entering 135 and 130, and now it continues to increase. If not God, then who else?” Rachel Ruto said.

Rachel Ruto also emphasized that Kenyans should be thankful that prayer has contributed to the development of the country.

“Yesterday I was telling some people that I had the opportunity to travel to other countries in the world and other African countries. When we have meetings, there are no prayers, so we should not take it for granted in government activities. , we can have a prayer. You can take it as normal but it is not normal,” she added.

In addition, the First Lady has called on religious leaders to continue praying for the country to help bring stability to its economy and maintain peace and unity.

In response, Lillian Ng’ang’a reshared the video of the First Lady’s speech and asked her to refrain from associating the value of the Kenyan shilling against the dollar with God’s intervention.

“Please stop,” Lillian Ng’ang’a said.

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