This man, Pastor Ng'ang'a, how well do you know him?

21 Aug 2015 | by
This man, Pastor Ng'ang'a, how well do you know him?

The man who courts controversy everywhere he goes James Ng'ang'a, the leader of the Neno Evangelism Centre who is currently in the hands of the Justice system in connection with a fatal accident in Manguo Limuru is not a new man to controversy.................

The man who courts controversy everywhere he goes James  Ng'ang'a, the leader of the Neno Evangelism Centre who is currently in the hands of the Justice system in connection with a fatal accident in Manguo Limuru is not a new man to controversy.
In his preachings Ng'ang'a has claimed to have powers to heal different diseases cancer, HIV/AIDS and untreatable diseases in televised sessions.Pastor Ng'ang'a began his preaching career at the Railways roundabout in Mombasa before starting his church and later moving to Nairobi where he leased the land along Haile Selassie avenue/Uhuru highway where he erected a massive temporary structure.Police records indicate that prior to preaching, Ng'ang'a had a brush with the law enforcers when he was arrested and charged for a capital offence and was briefly incarcerated at the Shimo La Tewa prison around 2000.
He is said to have been released from prison on an appeal and went onto become a street preacher before establishing his own church that has grown from leaps and bounds.
The preacher is an extremely wealth man who lives a flashy life and has a penchant for good cars and fancy clothing.

 Pastor  Ng'ang'a's second wife, Loise Murugi Maina recently filed for divorce and sought over half a million shillings a month in child-support for their one year daughter according to court documents.Loise claimed that their marriage fell apart as soon as they were married when she discovered that he would text and call other women late at night in her presence.In the court documents, she claimed that Ng'ang'a who also drunk alcohol had affairs with other women and would even bring the women to their matrimonial bed.“Pastor Ng’ang’a to my surprise was a drunkard and very abusive to me”

Loise claimed that she also learned that he would sleep with his employees and other members of the congregation, including married women.The pastor's second wife claimed Sh 535,000 shillings per month in child support arguing that he is an extremely wealthy person with an expensive lifestyle . Loise is Ng’ang’a’s second wife after the tele-evangelist separated with the first wife with whom hey had four children.Loise and Ng'ang'a wedded in 2012 in one of the most expensive ceremonies witnessed by the high and mighty including the then vice president, Kalonzo Musyoka.Ng'ang'a  was on Thursday charged with conspiring against justice, causing death by dangerous driving, giving false information and failing to report an accident.

The Limuru court ordered that the embattled remain in custody at Gigiri police station.Ng'ang'a was charged alongside Simon Kuria, Inspectors of police Christopher Nzioka and Officer Patrick Baya, over the accident in which thirty eight year old Mercy Njeri died.While Kuria had presented himself to police as the driver of the red Range Rover car, Nzioka is alleged to have  acted as Ng'ang'a's bodyguard despite not being assigned to him.The preacher was arrested by police at Java Milimani within Nairobi and taken to the Thika superhighway based Traffic headquarters where he was processed before being detained at Gigiri police station where he spent the night.
The preacher has acquired various properties around the country including the Naivasha hotel where he is reported to have been and then left for Nairobi on the 29 July 2015 when the accident occurred.He has claimed to have the healing powers for various diseases including HIV/AIDS attracting a huge congregation of desperate and hopeful people waiting for miracles?Much of ng'ang'a's focus is on healing, driving out demons and economic prosperity which is lapped up by his huge congregation that scrambles for the occasional notes of money he throws to them.In one of his preachings Ng'ang'a recalled his life first as a impoverished street boy and spending years in prison, being a vicious criminal  and getting saved.
He barbs of buying a Sh 20 million car and being among the richest preachers in Kenya.Some of his healing sessions in the warehouse like corrugated air sheet structure that serves as his church are funny if not comical.

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