Controversial pastor James Ng’ang’a of the Neno Evangelism Centre on Thursday, has explained how he has been surviving since the government imposed a ban on all forms of gatherings including church services, to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Speaking to Radio Jambo presenter Massawe Japanni, the preacher revealed that he had other businesses prior to starting his ministry and that he was not reliant on church offerings for his survival.
“One thing you should know is that I am a very rich pastor. I had many shops before starting my ministry which I gave away. Saying that a man at my level is waiting on offerings is offensive. If this was the case, how then would I be able to hand out 560 gurney bags filled with food items?” he asked listeners during the show.
He went on to reveal that his farm is currently doing quite well and that he has a produce of onions, wheat, and maize in surplus.
“I have over 50,000 pieces of onion as we speak, how then would one say that I am dependent on offerings?” he wondered out loud.
Among his list of assets is the multi-million Sunny Hill Hotel in Naivasha, Nakuru County which the firebrand pastor launched 4 years ago.
Ng’ang’a also acts director of the luxurious hotel which attracts a large number of local and international tourists in the Rift Valley region.
Sources close to the clergyman claim he also reportedly owns a multi-million residential home located along the Kipevu road in Karen.
When asked to comment on recent pronouncement by his fellow Man of God, prophet David Owuor that the world would come to an end on April 12, the Neno Evangelism Centre pastor rubbished the “prophesy”.
However, he was careful to point out that he was yet to see the Repentance and Holiness Church prophet’s video, and warned the media against spreading propaganda.
Listen to the full interview below courtesy of Massawe Japanni’s official Facebook page.