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Meet US Prophetess Who Sold Her Property, Left 30-Year Old Marriage to Settle with Black Man in Africa

Ruth Boyce and Peter Simiyu Nyangai met in 2014 when she left the United States of America for Africa to minister. When in Kenya, the two met but had to part ways shortly after.

Boyce continued with her ministry, spreading the gospel across the US but continued to wonder what her calling was since their Kenyan mission was over.

“I fumbled around in America for a long time, wondering where I could go and what I should do. When I prayed, I could see the map of Africa but I couldn’t just parachute here,” Boyce commented.

It was at this moment that she took time to pray and even consulted other preachers about it.

A collage of pastor Ruth Boyce and Peter Simiyu at a restaurant (left) and at the airport (right) PHOTO

In April 2017, after she talked to her pastor about it, she received a Facebook text from Peter Simiyu. She gave the Bungoma native a chance, knowing that God was leading her there.

Despite being a married woman and a prophetess with over 30 years of marriage, she strongly felt that these were divine revelations, and didn’t want to defy God’s message.

“It was very very difficult for me because I left my grandchildren, my family, my husband, everything I had behind,” Boyce narrated.

She was forced to sell all her properties in America, raise money for the ticket, send it all to Peter before their rendezvous, and have some savings to start her off.

“I wasn’t worried, because God came to me and told me you need to sell everything that you have,” lamented Boyce.

Upon arriving in Nairobi, Simiyu had arranged for a whole team from his church to greet Boyce at the airport, a heartwarming gesture that instantly made her feel at home.

Boyce touched by his dedication, bought him his first meal right at the airport, as she watched Simiyu clear off everything from his plate.

They then left for his rural home in Bungoma where she married Simiyu and the two have been living together ever since.

“God showed me where to go and who to connect with, and that is why am here now and it has been six years now” Boyce commented.

Ruth Boyce and Peter at their home in Kakamega. PHOTO

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