Pastor Ng’ang’a challenges the prosecution against him

Televangelist James Maina Ng’ang’a on Monday moved to court to stop his prosecution over unpaid land arrears.

Ng’ang’a told the court that investigations against him are commercial transaction which falls under the ambit of a civil suit.

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The controversial pastor added that investigations are infringing his personal rights and its against the law.

“The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th respondents have instituted criminal investigations and intend to prosecute the petitioner on Tuesday in respect to a complaint lodged by the 1st respondents which is purely a civil matter arising out of a lease agreement on L.R No.7792/25&7792/26 Karen, Nairobi, entered into on April 6, 2016,” read court papers.

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Ng’ang’a also argued that the case had brought both mental and psychological torture to him.


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