Ezekiel Mutua speaks after Pastor James Ng’ang’a threatened his bishops, calling them rubbish

Mutua had this to say on the video that has gone viral

File image of Pastor James Nganga with his wife

Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua has delved into controversial Pastor James Nganga in which the ‘man of God’ threatened his bishops, calling them stupid and useless.

Mutua pointed out that the clip that went viral was a moment of temporary insanity that should be ignored.

 “There are genuine men of God in Kenya who walk in integrity and preach the truth… We must celebrate them and refuse the narrative that Pastor Ng'ang'a's expletives define our church leaders.” Mutua said.

“The clip is unfortunate. It's an isolated moment of temporary insanity and should be treated as such!” He added.

In the clip, a visibly angry Nganga threatened to kick out all bishops in his Neno evangelism ministry, asserting that he is Neno and Neno is him.

He bashed the bishops for disrespecting his wife revealing that they joined the church as paupers who could barely make a living and prospered afterwards.

According to the controversial ‘man of God’, the bishops who joined his church in rags soon got cars and with the prosperity came disrespect as they forgot where they had come from.

Below is the video of Ng'ang'a' making the threats.

In what was seen as a wake-up call to rebel bishops, Nganga reminded them that he is the source of their prosperity and it is within his powers to bring them down.

He vowed to close all his churches which he referred to as ‘kiosks’ and replace them with new branches or remain with his Nairobi Church only. 

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