Kick yourself- Nganga releases video hours after being set free

Why Nganga?

Controversial televangelist James Ng'ang'a

Pastor James Nganga on Friday released a video where he attacked the media on the coverage of his cases.

In the video, the infuriated Nganga condemned the media over using his name and making him the talk of town.

“I want to know what you want with my name Nganga.

“Every time people wake up, I am the talk of town. You claim that I am in jail or I have done this and that. What do you gain from using my name?” questioned the pastor.

He further claimed that the was reported to have gone to a forest for prayer.

“You said I had gone to the forest. What had I gone to pray for?

“You wanted me to pray for the foolishness you are spreading around?” remarked Nganga.

The embattled bishop requested the government to intervene in the matter.

Nganga arrested again

Earlier, the Neno evangelism bishop had been arrested over claims of conning a businessman Ksh3.6 million.

He had spent the night at Central Police Station in Nairobi and was later set free on a police bond as he awaited to be arraigned in court.

The law enforcers had however not disclosed the name of the businessman he defrauded.

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