• Pastor Ng'ang'a was badly trolled online after he announced that he would be charging for prayers at his Kajiado church.
• Pastor Ng'ang'a has been notorious for giving controversial sermons in his church.
Neno Evangelism founder Pastor Ng'ang'a was badly trolled online after he announced that he would be charging for prayers at his Kajiado church.
The controversial man of God had announced that he was having prayers and fasting in his church.
In a poster that went around 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.
"We invite you to join us in prayer and fasting at Jerusalem City Kenya (JCK). for Registration visit Neno Evangelism Center, Nairobi,".
Speaking to Mpasho's writer, Elizabeth Ngigi, Pastor Ng'ang'a said no prayer house is free unless 'you are praying in the forest."
"Houses are not free, they are eating bread and tea for breakfast. Who will pay for them? Do you give free services in media? Heaven Gates prayer houses are not free. The only free prayer places are forests and there are no toilets, water, and food. Our church is not Ngong' forest," he said.
Pastor Ng'ang'a also invited Kenyans for a baptism occasion at his church this coming weekend.
"I will be baptizing more than 600 people over the weekend at Nyayo stadium. Come and see the goodness of God."
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.
At the time, the Communications Authority of Kenya banned his TV station from broadcasting live its events.
He 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.