Pastor Ng’ang’a in trouble for claiming he has a son with Matiang’is wife

Controversial man of God James Ng’ang’a has left fans in stitches with his latest claims that he has sired a son with Fred Matiang’is wife. Police have launched a manhunt against the man of God after Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i accused the controversial pastor of defaming his wife.

“Mimi niliwaambia niko na watoto uncountable na hiyo sifichi.Hata nimezaa mtoto mvulana na bibi ya Matiang’i huko Kisii” Ng’ang’a allegedly said during a church event.

Responding to the claims,Matiang’i through his lawyer has vowed to teach the city preacher a lesson that he will never forget.”Hio itakuwa funzo kwake na wengine wenye tabia kama hizo.Atanyoroka!” read a statement from Fred Matiang’i.

Ng’ang’a started preaching in Mombasa streets over 20 years ago before moving to Nairobi. Addressing his congregation during a recent Sunday service, the controversial pastor claimed that he has over 70 children. He said:

“Mimi naambianga watuniko na watoto kama sabini hivi. Ukambani kama 30, ukienda Mombasa kama 20 plus,pia Murang’a and Nyandarua. Nilijaribu hata kuoa, nikajaribu everything (I always tell people that I have over 70 children; 30 in Ukambani, over 20 in Mombasa, as well as Murang’a and Nyandurua counties. I tried to marry but it didn’t work.”

The man of the cloth continued: “Alienda hata mwengine akiwa na mimba ya miezi sita. Aliesema anaendea nguo hakurudi (One of the women left when she was six months pregnant to pick her clothes but never returned)”

The Neno Evangelism Centre founder went further to talk about his ex late wife, urging his followers, who have lost family members to pray about it. In 2012, Ng’ang’a and Loise Murugi tied the knot in a colourful wedding ceremony at the Windsor Golf Club but he said she was untamed. “Nikaoa huyu mke wangu, kiguu na njia (always out/ roaming everywhere). She has run away more than 16 times,” he said.

Ng’ang’a weighs in on Bishop Muriithi and baby mama drama The city preacher, while sharing his opinion on the drama, said he would have sued the lady (Mutave) for taking advantage of him. While speaking to his congregation during a recent service, he said:

“Kama ni mimi namshtaki kortini kwamba amechukua mbegu yangu. Mnaonea tu pastor (If it were me, I would have sued her too for taking my seed. You’re just criticising the pastor for nothing).” Ng’ang’a told off people judging the bishop and admitted that Mutave is beautiful. He also urged his congregation to pray for pastors so that they don’t fall into temptations.

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