• Pastor James Ng'ang'a has caused a stir online after he commented about knowing how much 'whiskey' costs.
• He told his congregation that every wealthy person in Kenya drinks alcohol.
Neno Evangelism founder pastor James Ng'ang'a has caused a stir online after he commented about knowing how much 'whiskey' costs.
In an undated video shared on TikTok, the controversial man of God told his congregation that every wealthy person in Kenya drinks alcohol.
"There is no wealthy person who does not eat meat or drink alcohol," he said.
Ng'ang'a went on to brag about rich people having class.
"Rich people do not drink this cheap alcohol, they drink special alcohol. One bottle costs Sh30,000," he said.
Asked how he knew about that yet he is a man of God, Ng'ang'a told his congregation he is not a fool.
"Ati nilijulia wapi? You think I am a fool like you? I am not a small baby like you. Who told you I am a pastor? Pastors are the ones seated here," he said.
This is not the first time pastor Ng'ang'a has been controversial with his preaching. In yet another video, he told single people to stop living alone like mad people.
"Marry whoever you want because a wife is yours," he said.
"When I got married to my wife, men of God criticised me, saying she was very young. Even if she is young, she is mine. Siwezi oa ng’ombe mzee kama hizi (I can’t get married to old women like these ones here)," he joked.
He said he married a young woman since he considered someone with who he will enjoy life in his old age.
“If I took an old woman like these here and we start using pressure medicine, who will remind the other? The weather in Nairobi is also very cold. We might end up dying in the house while looking for warmth using a jiko," he said.
He also told his congregants to live flashy lifestyles even when they do not have money. He told them to buy expensive cars and build mansions.
Ng'ang'a also warned them against looking ordinary, explaining that this makes life boring.
"Ukipata pesa nunua gari nzuri sana na ujenge nyumba nzuri sana na uwe na tumaringo. Usikae kama wa kawaida, unakuwa na tumaringo tu," Ng'ang'a said.