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‘Nikikohoa unaitika’ — Video of Pastor Ng’ang’a insulting his bishops goes viral

By Vincent Kejitan | May 31st 2019 | 2 min read

Neno Evangelism Centre founder Pastor James Ng’ang’a is no stranger to controversy and just months after he hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons, he is at it again.

In a video that was widely shared on social media, the evangelist hits out at some members of his church for disrespecting his wife and warns them that he will kick them out.

“If you are not going to respect my wife I will kick you out of my ministry. This time round I will show you my power.

“Any lady in this ministry who will not respect my wife can leave this church…wajinga hawa (fools). You (bishops) found me here when you had nothing and now that you have made some money…stupid, arrogant…” he said.

Ng’ang’a further stated that his name was being tarnished because of his ministry and that the devil was working day and night to destroy it.

“You came to this church in rags and unkempt hair. I want full respect…nikikohoa unaitika (whenever I cough you should answer),” he added.

In March this year, Ng’ang’a was once again on the spot after hitting out at Director of Strategy & Innovation Royal Media Services Linus Kaikai after the latter suggested that only preachers with a Degree in Theology should be allowed to spread God’s word.

The apostle warned Kaikai to steer clear of church matters or else he would face the consequences.

“Please separate preaching from news anchoring…I am telling you like a Chief General Commander.

“If you don’t stop I promise you will face the consequences…sina haja ya kusoma na nikipelekwa shule kilazima sitasoma,” he said.

Here is the video:

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