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Pastor Ng’ang’a Alleges Who Wants to Grab His Land As He Sends Last Warning to Ruto

He also accused nameless individuals inside the Kenya Kwanza government of interfering with his ministry, citing malice in the investigations by EACC.

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The founder of Neno Evangelism, Dr. James Maina Ng’ang’a, has made a startling allegation against unnamed individuals within the Kenya Kwanza Alliance (KKA), accusing them of attempting to seize the land where his church is located. The land in question is situated at a prime location in Nairobi, at the intersection of Uhuru Highway and Haile Selassie Avenue.

During a session with the National Assembly’s Committee of Lands, a video obtained by Mambo Mseto shows Dr. Ng’ang’a passionately claiming that these powerful figures are undermining President William Ruto’s administration. He cautioned that such actions could lead to a loss of public support for the president ahead of the crucial 2027 elections.

James Ng'ang'a

Dr. Ng’ang’a’s warning to President Ruto was clear: rein in your men or risk alienating the electorate. The pastor’s remarks have sent ripples through the political landscape, with many awaiting the president’s response to these allegations.

The intersection where Dr. Ng’ang’a’s church stands is not just a physical crossroad but has now become a metaphorical battleground for integrity and respect for property rights. The pastor’s bold stance has highlighted the ongoing issues of land grabbing in Kenya, a concern that has plagued many landowners and investors in the country.

As the story unfolds, the public’s attention is fixed on the outcome of this dispute. Will the accused KKA members be held accountable? How will President Ruto address the concerns raised by Dr. Ng’ang’a? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: the masses are watching, and their verdict will be crucial in the coming elections.

This development is a stark reminder of the intricate ties between religion, land ownership, and politics in Kenya, and how these elements can significantly influence the nation’s governance and its leaders’ fates.

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