Controversial pastor James Ng’ang’a has come out to say that he is a good man but some people have focused on spoiling his image.
According to the pastor, he has been doing some lovely stuff but people are only focusing on the bad side and that’s why he’s always on the trending lists. He said those spreading the video clips online are possed people working with the devil.
“I do a lot of good things. I feed people, lakini hao wakata tu ile nimeongea vibaya kwa sababu ni watu wana mapepo. They want to put the ministry down,” he said.
The pastor went on further to deny that he’s depressed and needs medical attention.
“I also heard that some were saying that they saw me driving a V8 looking stressed, like I would commit suicide. Let us be realistic, why would I want to commit suicide? Look at the beautiful wife I have. Who will I leave her with if I commit suicide?” he said.
“Who will I leave my cars with and my home? In case you did not know, my neighbours are wazungus. We just say ‘hi’ to each other, hakuna mambo ya kushinda tukibishania mlango.” He warned his haters to stop spreading fake information about his preaching.
“I am from the wilderness and I preach for people who are from the wilderness, the rest can look for their churches,” Ng’ang’a said.
“These learned people do not want to see we illiterate people driving big cars. When I say I am driving a good car, they don’t want to put the part I am talking about me pulling a Mkokoteni because they want people to think I am bragging,” he said.
Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism has been trending the whole month because of his controversial statements in church.
The pastor has been saying some really shocking things in church leaving many wondering whether he’s really a pastor.
Now, the controversial pastor is in the news yet again after pulling some unexpected dance moves in church. A video of the pastor dancing while preaching has left many laughing since it was just unexpected.
Different people have argued that the pastor is depressed and should be treated though he hasn’t bothered. Others believe he’s just doing it on purpose so people can talk about him and his church.
“Pastor Nganga is being controversial on purpose. He knows once he says something worth raising eyebrows, it will be all over social media. Is he bothered? No, in fact, it makes him smile loud. Why? Because he is a businessman and we are promoting his artistry by making him trend,” observed Victor Nyaata.
One of pastor’s Ng’ang’a’s friend Godfrey Migwi has come out to address his controversies that have made the Nene Evangelism pastor a very trending topic of late.
According to Migwi, the pastor needs help since he has changed a lot since he came to Nairobi from Mombasa to open a new branch of the church.
In a Facebook post, Migwi said he met the preacher recently at Hurlingham and he realized all was not well
“My advice to you Mr Ng’ang’a, you need to see a doctor, a psychiatrist, you need a counselor and I can offer that for free, you need someone who can advice you how to manage your anger. I respect you as my father,” said Migwi.
Migwi asked other pastors to come out and join hands and help the pastor who might be undergoing a touchy stretch. Recently, the pastor has been saying some pretty weird stuff in church while preaching.
“Bishop Wafula for the kingdom’s sake support your father, no matter his weaknesses, no one is prefect, iron your issues, and to all in Neno’s ministry it’s time to support this man. I know maybe he may not listen to you but be wise and face him through humility and wisdom,” said Migwi.
Neno Evangelism pastor James Ng’ang’a has been on the headlines for almost the whole month now because of his church and ways of preaching.
The pastor, however, has come out to warn journalists who are always writing about him saying that he’ll punish them in ways they’ll never forget.
Speaking to his church congregation on Sunday the pastor said that he’ll deal with anyone that that writes about him.
“Mniandike sana kwa hiyo gazetti, mniandike sana…Wanaume wale mtanichezea nitafunga hiyo kitu yako, utakuwa unaona mke wako na macho, ng’ombe wewe! Mnichezee mtaona, nitafunga hizo vitu zenyu, mtakuwa mkikaa mkiona kwa macho na mate!” he said.
Adding: “Hiyo muweke itrend, nitawafunga hizo vitu zenu…nikuone hapo umeniandika.”
This threat, however, didn’t go down well with some of the church members who are now threatening to sue the controversial pastor.
The Neno men, through Otieno and Amisi Advocates, demanded that Ng’ang’a withdraws the said threats and insults issued against them within two days or they will sue him for defamation.
Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism church is a man in love. The controversial pastor recently explained why he settled for Mercy Murugi, his younger wife who has also been a trending topic like him.
In an interview with Radio Jambo’s Massawe Japanni, Ng’ang’a said he settled for her after his first wife died.
“When my first wife died, I was forced to make a very critical decision of getting married again. I married young Mercy, she is a daughter to one of my church members. By the time I knew her, she was in university, and that is one thing that attracted me to her as I did not go to school myself,” said the pastor.
He went on to add many women wanted him but he chose her because he also didn’t want an old person. Ng’ang’a and Mercy got married in 2012.
“I wouldn’t have looked for an old person whose ‘mileage’ would not last long. There were thousands of women who wanted me to marry them, hence the disagreement between me and the church. But I made my final decision and settled for her,” he added.
The city pastor explained why he ranted in the church regarding other pastors disrespecting his wife.
“Akiitana mkutano hao pastors wakubwa wanasema hawawezi kukuja mkutano wa watoto. Ni mke mdogo lakini ni lazima apewe respect. Ni madharau.As a person, I was speaking to my congregation. It started three years ago but it reached a point I had to speak out,” he said.
Controversial pastor James Maina Ng’ang’a recently lost his cool and unleashed a bunch of expletives on his bishops in front of his sunned congregation.
Nganga, who has been taking a lot of heat from the media and the government, unleashed a rant on his fellow pastors who he said have been disrespecting his wife Mercedes.
He wanted them to know NeNo is his church and he should be the leader therefore they need to respect his young wife.
“If you are not going to respect my wife I will kick you out of my Ministry it doesn’t matter who you are. This time I will show you my power. If you don’t respect her, leave my Church and go start your own wajinga hawa,” he says.
He continues to tell them that they found him there when they came with their wives who had matuta.
“You have become rich in my Church; stupid, arrogant, useless people, taka taka, rubbish. There is nothing you can tell me.They want to bring Neno down because I’m the founder. I want full respect, when I cough you answer, just the same way you did when you came here with torn clothes, and you’re rich because of me.”
Pastor Pius Muiru’s son Andrew and his long time girlfriend Edna Wairimu have formalised their union in a colourful wedding on Saturday, June 9. The wedding, just his sister’s who got married in 2014 in two lavish weddings held both here and in the US that reportedly cost over Sh10 million, was one of a kind.
Muiru Junior and Wairimu walked down the aisle at Citam Karen. Their reception was later conducted at the New Rain hotel in Nairobi.
The photos of the wedding were posted on social media by their friends as they congratulated Young for finally settling down.
Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS) Fred Matiang’i has ordered for fresh investigations into circumstances that led to the acquittal of controversial Neno Evangelism pastor James Ng’ang’a accident case. The order comes just days after Kenyans took online to protest the ending of the case.
Using the hashtag #JusticeforMercyNjeri, Kenyans on Twitter on Tuesday showed disappointment in the system. In a letter to the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet and copied to the Director for Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji, Matiang’i asked the police and the DPP to appeal the pastor’s acquittal.
“While seeking a report on the investigatory and trial processes that may have caused this outcome, I urge you to appeal this judgment in its entirety and pursue justice for the victims herein and the people of Kenya,” the letter read.
The pastor was accused of driving his Range Rover dangerously in 2015, leading to the death of a woman on the Limuru-Naivasha Highway, charges he denied.
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