The Classic105 Breakfast Presenter Maina Kageni said that he thinks that Pastor Nganga is faking everything in the eye of the public and also making provocative videos that will provoke people and make him trend for the wrong reasons.
“If you want to justify that Ng’ang’ a is fake and stage-manages everything. Have a close look at his videos. Most are very provocative and want people’s attention for no reason.” Maina Kageni said in his morning breakfast show.
Earlier on, Ng’ang’a was accused of threatening Citizen TV editor Linus Kaikai and was charged at a Kiambu court and granted Sh300,000 bond or Sh200,000 bail.
The charge followed a video that went viral online in which he wears what looks like military fatigue. He warns the media against describing some preachers as fake and condemns calls to have preachers trained in theology.
In November last year, another video went viral in which the pastor exorcised demons out of Tanzanian gospel singer Rose Muhando.
This did not go well for him as most people termed it as fake.
Maina Kageni said that the healing of Rose Muhando was as fake as many people could see it. Maina Kageni accused Ng’ang’a of collaborating with Muhando to hoodwink Kenyans.
“That was stage-managed to get the fame, everyone needs the fame but Ng’ang’a glorified himself and that is why God shamed him,” Maina said.
When Pastor Ng’ang’ a was asked about the video, he was so hostile that he did now want to talk about what has been going on.
“I own the rights to the video that was doing rounds on social media, showing Ms. Muhando being delivered from demons.
You do not own the rights to that video. So, why would you call me over that clip? Who is your supervisor? I should call him or her and ask him to drive sense into you. Why are you interested in a video that you don’t have any rights to?” Posed Ng’ang’a.
“If anything, I wasn’t casting demons out of the musician. She was unwell. She, therefore, requested for spiritual healing from me.
I only facilitated that. Rose Muhando is like a patient in the hospital.
Do you usually call the doctor to inquire about the health details of a patient you are not related to? No, you don’t. So, kindly keep off the Rose Muhando issue,” said the preacher before hanging up.
In 2015, the self-confessed former hawker was again charged years ago in a Limuru court with causing death through dangerous driving, giving false information, and failing to report the accident that left a woman dead.
The prosecution called 33 witnesses, including motorists, a pedestrian, and data experts who placed the cleric at the scene of the accident. Ng’ang’a denied all the charges. He was acquitted, but the state appealed.
Ng’ang’ an also grapples with past family life. His estranged wife, Loise Maina, accused him of being an abusive and adulterous drunk. They entered into a marriage in 2012 at a lavish wedding ceremony in the church he established in 1992.
The pastor blames the devil for his tribulations but says God will always see him through. “I thank my God for taking me through this process. For now, I understand satan’s kingdom and his schemes.
My prison was a physical prison, but, today, there are many who are in a spiritual prison and are unable to come out or free themselves,” Maina Kageni says.
The televangelist is among the top clerics with fanatic followers, thanks to the ‘miracles’ he has been performing.His church has tens of branches. He organizes a series of nationwide crusades.
According to the website, he now wants to set up a 15-storey building in Nairobi and has been asking his church members to donate.
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