Controversial preacher James Ng’ang’a of the Neno Evangelism Centre James Ng’ang’a has hit back at Kenya Railways Kenya Railways Corporation after it notified him of plans to reclaim the land where his church in Nairobi sits on.
While addressing the congregants during a televised sermon on Sunday, Mr Ng’ang’a sent out a brutal warning and promised of consequences against anyone who would dare remove the church.
He claimed that he bought the property from Central Bank of Kenya.
“You can go and change (the registration documents) if you are man enough,” he dared. “Go and backdate and say it belongs to the railway.”
“I swear before God, hutabakisha hata mjukuu duniani hapa.”
“Will I keep issuing blessings? We also curse. It is inconceivable that people wake up to joke with a man of God. Which God are you playing with?” he said.
The Kenya Railways notice to Mr Ng’ang’a rekindles memories of 2011 when county council bulldozers tore down his church for unexplained reasons.
The notification from the railways Managing Director Philip Mainga comes at a time when the Neno establishment plans to build a multistorey building dubbed the Neno Tower in the place where the current structure stands.