Controversial preacher Pastor Ng’ang’a has responded to those questioning the ownership of the land where his Neno Evangelism Church is located. In a recent sermon to his congregation, Pastor Ng’ang’a defended his claim to the land and warned those involved in the legal dispute.
During the sermon, Pastor Ng’ang’a declared that he legally acquired the land, and the disagreement stems from a prolonged conflict with the Kenya Railways Corporation.
He addressed those challenging his ownership, saying, “If there are threats, whether from the Railway people or whoever, threaten your agemates and those you went to school with. Your brain and mine are not similar. You finished school while I was already rich.”
The pastor disclosed that he purchased the land from the Central Bank of Kenya, emphasizing that he took a loan and paid for it. He asserted that attempts to seize the land were made during the previous government’s tenure.
Pastor Ng’ang’a claimed that the current value of the land is Ksh 10 billion and warned against any attempts to take possession, stating, “After you give me that money, the land will eat you. I will throw bad spirits at them. I will curse them.”
Pastor Ng’ang’a criticized the government for imposing heavy taxes on Kenyans. He pledged to speak truth to power, challenging authorities to shut down his church if they desired.
The preacher also expressed discontent with what he perceived as the government’s mismanagement of the economy, cautioning the Kenya Kwanza government that divine consequences awaited them if they continued on their current path.