James Nganga
James Nganga with his Lexus LF-570

Neno Evangelism founder Pastor James Nganga spoke to Mpasho and detailed what Kenyans need to do during these tough times.

The controversial man of God told Kenyans to be prepared for more disasters if they do not pray and respect God.

“This pandemic is bigger than how we can see it and it is only God who can save this country, but if we do not seek God, six more plagues are coming all over in the world,” he said.

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Nganga said the locust invasion was also a punishment by God to Kenyans.

On whether he will hold the normal church service,Nganga said the church is not a gathering but a worship place for God.

He said that his faith allows him to go to church and pray.

“The church will remain open for those who will want to come, but I am not calling anyone to come. If you don’t believe in Him then stay at home, I don’t go to church because there is no problem, but every time to seek God,” he said.

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