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Pastor Ng’ang’a Changes Tune Over His Church Land, Now Quotes Amount of Money He’s Willing to Sell to Pres Ruto

The Controversial Preacher Made headlines afew days ago when he claimed coughing Kshs 42 Million in 1992 to buy the Land

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Pastor James Maina Ng’ang’a, the founder of Neno Evangelism Church, has shifted his stance regarding the ownership of his church land. In a video that quickly went viral on March 15, Pastor Ng’ang’a vehemently opposed any attempts to seize his property, issuing a bold ultimatum to those interested in acquiring it. He said he would surrender the land if President sent him Kshs 200 billion.

The viral footage captured the pastor adamantly rejecting the notion of his land being taken away, directing his demands squarely at President William Ruto. With fervent conviction, Ng’ang’a declared that if the government sought to claim his property, President Ruto must wire a staggering sum of Kshs 200 billion to his account.

This unexpected declaration comes in the wake of President Ruto’s recent stern warning against land grabbing, emphasizing the imperative for all illegally acquired public lands to be surrendered to the government. Ng’ang’a’s defiance and the exorbitant sum he demands add a new layer of complexity to the ongoing discourse surrounding land ownership and governance in Kenya.

Neno Evangelism Founder Pastor James Nganga

Neno Evangelism Founder Pastor James Ng’ang’a during a past event.

The pastor’s bold assertion has sparked widespread debate and speculation, with many questioning the rationale behind such a colossal monetary demand. Critics have raised concerns over the potential implications of Ng’ang’a’s stance, questioning whether it reflects a broader trend of resistance to government authority or is merely an isolated incident driven by personal interests.

As reactions continue to pour in from across the nation, the spotlight remains firmly fixed on Pastor Ng’ang’a and the fate of his contested land. With tensions running high and the stakes escalating, all eyes are now on President Ruto and the government’s response to this unprecedented challenge to their authority.

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