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Pastor Nga’ng’a to charge Sh 500 fee for anyone to attend prayer and fasting sessions at his church

By HARRIET MUGO

Neno Evangelism pastor James Ng’ang’a has stirred controversy after asking members of the public to pay Ksh500 registration fee  to attend prayer and fasting sessions at his church.

For special prayer rooms  believers are going to pay Ksh2,000 per night.

In a poster shared on his Sasa TV social media pages, the pastor  has  invited interested persons to register for the service scheduled to start at Jerusalem City Kenya (JCK) in Nairobi today, November 9, 2022.

“We invite you to join us in prayer and fasting at Jerusalem City Kenya (JCK) ,for Registration visit Neno Evangelism Center Nairobi,” the Pastor said.

The outspoken man of the cloth is not new to controversy.

In October last year, the Media Council of Kenya (MCK) threatened to shut down his TV station over his “offensive language” in live broadcasts.

MCK CEO David Omwoyo accused Ng’ang’a of violating the code of conduct in journalism.

The evangelist was captured on camera spewing unprintable words on how nurses should handle his body once he is dead.

Two weeks earlier, Ng’ang’a had been captured on tape boasting of having more than 70 children spread across the country.

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