Controversial Pastor James Ng’ang’a on Wednesday revealed his hope of succeeding Interior CS Fred Matiang’i for the strategic national ministry.
I hope to succeed Matiang'i as Interior CS - Pastor Ng'ang'a
Pastor Ng'ang'a has big plans
Ng’ang’a said he hoped to work alongside Matiang’i and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko to bring about drastic reforms, including what he termed as “wiping out all demons”.
He said his dream was a government where Matiang’I was President with Sonko as his deputy while he was in charge of the Interior docket.
“My thinking is that if in future, we can have someone like Matiang’i as President and Sonko as his deputy, and they give Ng’ang’a as Interior CS, that government will burn all demons. My work would be to fight all evil spirits. Sonko would be destroying illegal structures and buildings. Matiang’i would fight bhang and control drinking hours,” Ng’ang’a said in an interview with a vernacular station.
The televangelist expressed his admiration for Matiang’I’s leadership, particularly the recent order requiring closure of bars during the census period.
“I was leaving kesha and I noticed there were not a single person at Carnivore where I normally pass by. I prayed God to give us this kind of leadership and maybe it will reach a point where Matiang’i will order everyone to go to church and they will all obey,” he stated.
The pastor also defended his mental status after netizens questioned his behaviors in video clips that have gone viral on account of his dramatic preaching style.
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