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Pastor Ng’ang’a attacks the government for closing the church

Pastor Ng’ang’a attacks the government for closing the church

Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism Centre Nairobi has come out gun blazing after the government closed churches to combat covid19.

In the video that has gone viral, the Televangelist accused top government officials and the BBI brigade of being behind the third wave in the country. The man of the cloth reminded political leaders that the big rallies they were holding are the main reason why the country is experiencing a surge of Covid19 patients.

He added that most religious leaders observed the Ministry of Health protocols and avoided functions that attract huge crowds such as crusades. However, it saddening that the government has closed worshipping places in five counties Nairobi, Nakuru, Kajiado, Kiambu, and Machakos.

Pastor Ng’ang’a attacks government

“You are the one who spread the disease through the BBI crusade. You said that it doesn’t exist while you know it’s there.” He said.

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The controversial preacher also called the government for harassing Christians who were holding service on Sunday.

” Police getting into a church to disrupt a worship session by 3 people but guard a burial ceremony of a Member of Parliament with a 100 of mourners,” he added.

This comes barely a week after Bishop Peter Ambuka of PEFA Church in Kahawa West in Kiambu County, blamed President Kenyatta for the third wave of Covid-19 in the country.

Bishop Ambuka said politicians are the super spreader of Covid19 but ordinary Kenyans suffered the consequences on behalf of the politicians.

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“Mr. President, you and your fellow politicians are to blame for this devastating third wave of Covid-19 infections in the country. Unfortunately, it is we the common Citizens who have to suffer the consequences,” he said.

On Sunday police interrupted church service in Rongai alledging the worshippers had defied the presidential orders of having all the churches closed.

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