• Pastor Ng'ang'a will charge from sh500 and sh2000 for special rooms per night for prayers and fasting.
• Pastor Ng'ang'a has announced that he will have prayers and fasting in his church.
Neno Evangelism founder Pastor Ng'ang'a has announced that he will be having prayers and fasting his church.
In a poster doing the round on social media, the controversial man of God said he will be charging for the sessions.
The charges will range from sh500 and sh2000 for special rooms per night. It will start today at his Jerusalem church in Kajiado.
In the poster, the man of God shared;
"We invite you to join us in prayer and fasting at Jerusalem City Kenya (JCK). for Registration visit Neno Evangelism Center, Nairobi."
The post has elicited a mixed reaction with many asking why he was charging people to be prayed for.
Check out some comments below.
Rossy Akenia: Kwani jameni c duñia imeisha Kwan ata kwenda kanisani mpaka utoe registration fee kilo Kila siku ati akuna mvua ati Raila amesindwa angekuwa Raisi kumbe hato yote ni kwa sababu ya mapostor wengi kuombea mgonjwa lazima pesa na hawataki coin wanataka note ,yesu hasifiwe.
Prince Martin: Registration ya kwenda kanisani? Alafu 2K special room? ai, mbikos of why?
Monica Peter: Amen.....following and taking part in this prayer & fasting. God bless you Apostle we love you.
Joyce Kioko: We fear sometimes some one may hark this account kutafuta pesa akijifananaisha na apostle naogopa sijui kama ni ukweli.
Mams Stephanie: How much I need to join.
Wist Escot: Registration in church? Another school untold.
Over the years, pastor Ng'ang'a has been notorious for giving controversial sermons in his church.
Recently, a video clip of Ng'ang'a bragging about having many women and grandchildren went viral.
In another sermon aired live on Sasa TV, the televangelist warned female nurses against touching his body when he dies.
Before the action taken by MCK, Sasa TV had apologized for the utterances aired in the live sermons.
"To our esteemed viewers, we sincerely apologize for the content aired on 3rd October 2021 during live service which breached our editorial policy and CAK regulations. We assure you this will never happen again," read a notice from Sasa TV.