Sunday, 12 February 2017


The LORD Spoke to me about it 2 years ago, on 17th May 2015. The LORD made me know back then on 17th May 2015, that a Distress leading to Prices of Food becoming exorbitant, unaffordable to many and very expensive was going to befall the Nation of Kenya. For some reasons, The LORD made me know back then, that this will be happening concurrently with a Voting process, that will be taking place in Kenya. A Voting Process that was to be laced with heightened Political activities and brinkmanship in the Nation of Kenya.

So, you see that from the beginning of the Year 2017, there has been unfortunately an ongoing Catastrophic Famine and Drought that has led to an Economic Crisis in Kenya, as The Prices of Basic Food items have become very exorbitant and very expensive. The Electoral Commission of Kenya has also been Conducting a Mass Voter Registration Process from 14th January 2017, to end on 14th February 2017, in preparation for The General Elections Coming to Kenya in August 2017. The President of Kenya and The Deputy President of Kenya, Plus the Members of The Opposition Team on the Opposite Side, have Consequently been on the Campaign trail urging their Supporters to Register for Voting in Large Numbers, as they Politically attack One another and Blame One another. They have been accusing each other of favouritism from the Electoral Commission; including in the distribution of BVR Kits, they have also squabbled over an allegedly Stolen BVR Kits during a Terror Attack in the Northern Kenya. They have also accused each other of favouritism of issuance of National Identity Card E.T.C. Yet at the Background is the Biting Hunger, Famine and Drought that has led to Deaths of many Livestock and Prices of Basic Food Commodity Becoming essentially unaffordable to the Majority of the Kenyan Population. The President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta, has Consequently in February 2017, Declared The Drought a National Disaster.

While Posting and Sharing across The Prophecy of The LORD back then on 17th May 2015, I stated as Follows: ‘“I also see people (Kenyans) lining up to get food in a place that looks like a concentration camp. These looks like camps where people have gathered or have been gathered. So people queue so that they could buy food. In this vision of The LORD, The LORD makes me to be amongst the people that queue in this place to buy the food in the camp; so The LORD makes me have a prophetic experience regarding this prophecy of distress coming to the nation of Kenya. So when it was my turn to be served and so to buy the food, I inquire about the price of the food and it was so expensive that I actually opted not to buy the food. In other words, the LORD made me experience that even though I was very hungry and had actually queued to buy the food here, but on reaching the point of sale/purchase, rather than buy the food, I opted not to buy because the price was too exorbitant and hence was basically unaffordable.”’

I also stated as follows While Posting and Sharing across The Prophecy of The LORD back then on 17th May 2015: ‘“In this Prophecy of The LORD, I see a very major confrontation between political leaders in the nation of Kenya following what looks like a political voting process and the subsequent aftermath. So the political leaders speak in various avenues including press conferences as they bitterly protest the political voting and the subsequent aftermath.”’

The News Channels have reported as follows, regarding this Historic Distress of Famine, Drought and exorbitant Food Prices happening in Kenya, in Fulfillment of the Prophecy of The LORD, 2 Years Later: ‘“Millions of Kenyans are stuck in one of the worst economic crises after food prices suddenly shot up leaving many staring at starvation. Prices of maize flour, milk, tomatoes, cooking oil, onions and sukumawiki (kale) — the most basic foodstuff—have risen sharply in less than two months making life unbearable for ordinary consumers who toil just to put food on the table. Kenya’s staple food maize is the worst hit with a gorogoro (a two-kilogramme tin) of the cereal in most rural areas trading at between Sh100 and Sh130, up from between Sh70 and Sh80 during the festive month of December. At Kibuye Open Market in Kisumu, a gorogoro of maize is going for as high as Sh130, a price last seen in 2009 when the country experienced a similar crisis in the lakeside city. In Kisii County, one of the areas that feeds food-deficient city of Kisumu, a gorogoro of maize is trading at an unprecedented Sh100 up from Sh75 in December 2016. What makes this worrying is that in many areas in Kisii, farmers have just harvested in January. In the border town of Busia where some residents walk to a Ugandan cereal shop for cheap maize, a gorogoro of maize is going for Sh95 up from Sh90 just a month ago. The drought has brought nothing but problems for the residents of Budalang’i, Busia County, who will now have to endure the ignominious ritual of receiving relief food, said the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture Willy Bett. The CS noted that there are 300,000 people from non-ASALs (arid and semi-arid lands) areas that need relief food. Other residents who have been forced to line up with begging bowls for a few gorogoros of maize to keep them going are from Nyatike in Migori. The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) data shows that a kilogramme of loose maize grain as the ones sold in gorogoro rose from Sh45 in December 2016 to Sh46 in January 2017. This works out to maize retailing at Sh92 last month. The spike in prices of basic foodstuff has something to do with the debilitating effects of drought. Drought has reduced the supply of basic foods driving the price up. President Uhuru Kenyatta has already declared drought a national disaster, calling on all stakeholders to double their efforts on the fight against this perennial plague. The short rains of October/November in most of the Horn of Africa was inadequate, resulting into depressed harvests in the entire region. Close to 2.7 million people from 23 counties in Kenya are in urgent need of food. Cattle have started dying as vegetation cover fades and water dries up from streams. In Kenya, the year normally has two benchmarks — the short rains, in October and November, and the long rains, a great deluge lasting from March through May. But there is an echo of the notorious 1984 drought immortalised by the rather grim photos of emaciated children stretching out their feeble hands for unavailable food. These events have combined to ensure that basic foodstuff do not reach needy Kenyans. Already, experts have warned that the unexpected rise in prices of food, especially maize, signals a situation where the country is struggling to feed itself, or is food insecure.”’

Furthermore, The News Channels have reported as follows, regarding this Historic Distress of Famine, Drought and exorbitant Food Prices happening in Kenya, in Fulfillment of the Prophecy of The LORD, 2 Years Later: ‘“Kenya has declared the ongoing drought affecting many parts of the country a national disaster, calling for aid to counter the situation which is posing a major risk to people, livestock and wildlife. The Kenya Red Cross estimated about 2.7 million people were in need of food aid after low rainfall in October and November, with the next rainy season not due before April. Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta called for "local and international partners to come in and support the government's efforts to contain the situation". Out of Kenya's 47 counties, 23 have been deemed to be facing disastrous drought. A number of issues have conspired to make the current drought worse than it was five years ago. According to the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (Igad), unlike the drought in 2010 which followed a bumper harvest, there have not been good harvests following poor rains. Drought in Kenya means the African country will have to generate more of its electricity using diesel due to a fall in hydroelectric power, with the energy ministry predicting a rise in prices between now and March. Kenya's government says the drought, which follows low rainfall during the October and November rainy season, has left at least 1.3 million people in need of food aid and driven down water levels in dams.”’

Likewise, The News Channels have reported as follows, regarding this Historic Distress of Famine, Drought and exorbitant Food Prices happening in Kenya, in Fulfillment of the Prophecy of The LORD, 2 Years Later: ‘“More than 50,000 Tana River County residents are staring at death because of the ongoing drought, Governor Hussein Dado has warned. Mr Dado said the figure could rise to 90,000 if the dry spell continues. The county boss appealed to the government, donors and well-wishers to help residents of Tana Delta, Tana North and Tana River sub-counties. “Let us not wait until deaths are announced. The devolved government has done all it can with the little resources it has,” he said. Mr Dado added that such a drought was experienced in 1984 when residents of Bura and Galole constituencies abandoned their homes and went to Garsen. He said his administration had suspended projects and diverted funds to fighting hunger. “River Tana is drying up. There are carcasses all over and the situation is worrying. We’ve distributed food to families in Bangal, Hirimani, Mbalambala, Bura, Charidede, Assa and Kone,” he said. Officials say more than 100,000 people in the North Rift are at risk of starvation. A bag of maize is going for Sh3,400, up from Sh2,800 while that of wheat is Sh3,600, up from 3,200. Water PS Fred Segor said the government had set aside Sh221 million for water trucking in areas hard hit by the drought. According to Prof Segor, the drought is very severe in many areas and the food crisis is alarming. “The government is providing relief food and water to schools,” Prof Segor said.”’

While Posting and Sharing across The Prophecy of The LORD, back then on 17th May 2015 (2 Years ago), I titled it as follows: ‘“Kenya, You Do Not Look Good! Consider How Far You Have Fallen! Repent And Do The Things You Did At First: Because I See A Distress Coming To The Nation Of Kenya And I See Kenyans In Concentration Camps”’

This has started to manifest, as the News channels have reported as follows: ‘“Drought drives Turkana villagers into Kakuma refugee camp.”’

Therefore, The LORD is still calling upon the People and The Nation of Kenya (and indeed everyone in all Nations of the earth) to Return to Him, as these are the Days of Birth Pains, The Days of Famines across Nations: The Days that eventually ushers in The Coming of The Messiah Jesus Christ to take His Bride (The Faithful Sons and Daughters of The LORD) to Heaven.



1-ABC Online

Headline: Kenya declares drought a national disaster, appeals for local and international help

2-East African Standard

Headline: Kenya: Food prices soar as pockets run empty

3-The Star

Headline: Stop voter registration campaigns, fight drought first - Gideon Moi

4-Business Daily

Headline: Food, water, electricity to cost more as drought hits millions

5-East African Standard

Headline: Drought drives Turkana villagers into Kakuma refugee camp

6-East African Standard

Headline: IGAD ranks current drought worst in decades

7-Daily Nation

Headline: 2 million Kenyans face hunger as drought bites


Headline: Drought hits Kenyan hydroelectric output, prices set to rise

9-Daily Nation

Headline: Families face starvation as famine hits counties


Mathew 24:3-8 ‘“Now as He sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to Him privately, saying, “Tell us, when will these things be? And what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?” And Jesus answered and said to them: “Take heed that no one deceives you. For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will deceive many. And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of sorrows.”’

2nd Chronicles 7: 13-16 ‘“When I shut up the heavens so that there is no rain, or command locusts to devour the land or send a plague among my people, if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. Now my eyes will be open and my ears attentive to the prayers offered in this place. I have chosen and consecrated this temple so that my Name may be there forever. My eyes and my heart will always be there.”’

Revelation 2: 4-5 ‘“Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken the love you had at first. Consider how far you have fallen! Repent and do the things you did at first. If you do not repent, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place.”’

Revelation 6: 4-6 ‘“When the Lamb opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, “Come!” I looked, and there before me was a black horse! Its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand. Then I heard what sounded like a voice among the four living creatures, saying, “Two pounds of wheat for a day’s wages, and six pounds of barley for a day’s wages, and do not damage the oil and the wine!”’



Precious Jesus,

I acknowledge today that you are LORD and Savior of all mankind,

and today I have recognized my shortfall,

I Repent and turn away from all Sin.

Please cover me with your Precious Blood,

and establish your Word in my life,

that I may be found in Righteousness and Holiness

and write my name in your Book of Life

and Baptize me with the Power of the Holy Spirit

in The Mighty Name of Jesus Christ.


Your Brother in Christ Jesus, and a Shepherd of The LORD,

Kevin Mirasi

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