Woman Claims To Be Pastor Ng’anga’s First Born Daughter
Naomi Wangari Maina has come forward claiming to be the firstborn daughter of controversial Kenyan pastor James Ng’ang’a. In an interview with Tuko.co.ke, she shared her story of meeting her biological father for the first time as an adult.
Naomi was raised by a stepfather in a village environment, unaware of her true parentage until a family member revealed the truth. This revelation prompted her to seek out her father, who was also searching for her.
Following a series of coincidences, including attending his crusades and purchasing his music unknowingly, Naomi finally received a call from Ng’ang’a. Initial doubts were quickly dispelled as they connected the dots of her biological father being a former herdsman in the same village.
Despite her mother’s initial denial, Naomi confronted Ng’ang’a and confirmed their relationship. Their first meeting was filled with joy and emotion as they embraced for the first time.
However, Naomi’s story also touches upon hardship. Her son, Jonathan, suffers from eye cancer and she struggles to pay his medical bills. While some question why Ng’ang’a, known for his healing prayers, wouldn’t directly help his own grandson, Naomi chooses to focus on her faith and not blame anyone.
She acknowledges the potential for bitterness but chooses to remain positive and focus on her son’s well-being. While recognizing that Ng’ang’a may pray for her children, she clarifies that she doesn’t expect public recognition or special treatment.
Naomi’s story highlights the complexities of family relationships and the challenges faced by those seeking to connect with their biological parents. It also serves as a reminder of the importance of faith and resilience in the face of adversity.
While she encourages people to focus on the true issue of her son’s health and not sensationalize the story, Naomi’s journey offers valuable insights into human connection and the enduring power of family bonds