Controversial Kenyan televangelist, Pastor James Ng’ang’a, has ignited a new wave of tension with his recent outburst, expressing vehement opposition to an alleged plot to seize control of his Nairobi church.
In a fiery video statement that circulated widely on social media, Ng’ang’a lashed out, declaring, “Mimi watu nimeuwa hata sijui ni wangapi!sio Pastor Ezekiel mwenye amefungwa diaper mnatisha tisha! Aki ya Mungu mkiguza hiyo kiwanja nitauwa mtu!” (I have killed so many people, I don’t even know how many! It’s not Pastor Ezekiel who wears diapers that intimidates me! I swear to God, if you touch that land, I will kill someone!)
The controversy centers around an alleged plan by unidentified individuals to wrest control of the church property from Ng’ang’a.
The pastor, known for his flamboyant style and controversial statements, did not mince words in expressing his anger and issuing a stern warning to anyone involved in the purported scheme.
Ng’ang’a’s reference to “Pastor Ezekiel” and the mention of diapers in his tirade adds a layer of intrigue to the situation.
Ng’ang’a’s words suggest a personal feud or rivalry within the religious community. The mention of diapers could be symbolic or metaphorical, hinting at perceived weakness or vulnerability.
The televangelist’s threat to take a life if the church property is interfered with has raised concerns among both his followers and the general public.
Many are questioning the appropriateness of such language, particularly coming from a religious leader who is expected to embody peace and spiritual guidance.
This incident is not the first time Pastor Ng’ang’a has found himself in the midst of controversy. His past exploits, including confrontations with the media and legal troubles, have contributed to his divisive reputation.
However, the latest outburst escalates tensions to a new level, drawing attention to the broader issue of property disputes within religious institutions.
Local authorities and religious leaders are likely to be closely monitoring the situation, given the potential for public unrest. The gravity of Ng’ang’a’s threat and the underlying dispute over the church property demand a thorough investigation to ensure the safety and stability of the community.
As the controversy unfolds, it remains to be seen how local authorities, religious bodies, and the public will respond to Pastor Ng’ang’a’s inflammatory remarks and the broader implications for the religious landscape in Nairobi.