Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelist is now a free man after a Nairobi court dismissed a fraud case against him.
According to photographs shared by Mpasho News, pastor Ng’ang’a was today photographed leaving the Milimani Courts after his case of Ksh 3.6 million fraud case was withdrawn by the complainant before senior resident magistrate Nyamu Wandia on October 14, 2021.
Apparently, pastor Ng’ang’a was accused of obtaining money to the tune of 3.6 million Kenya shillings from one businessman Wickson Mwathe six years ago at his church office based in Nairobi.
According to the court documents, the man of God allegedly took money from Mwathe while masquerading that he was able to lease him a house at Nairobi’s Karen Estate.
The prosecution argued that Ng’ang’a committed the offence on April 6, 2016 at his office on Haile Selassie Avenue, Nairobi.
In the meantime, controversial pastor James Ng’ang’a recently issued a warning to the Kenyan nurses that they should never contemplate touching his private parts when he dies.
According to pastor Ng’ang’a, he believes that if he dies, there is no way young and under age nurses would masquerade with his private organs.
“Mi siku yangu nikikufa, i believe my God, hawa wasichana ma nurse hawatashika ma private part yangu. Njoo uone Nga’ang’a, nilikufa jana nitakufia kama ni kwa barabara, huwezi kuenda kushika shika private part yangu watoto wadogo hawa ati ebuu njoo uone Ng’ang’a, kwa sababu ana d##k kubwa.” Said Ng’ang’a as he preached to the audience.
Pastor Ng’ang’a who never fears from controversy also recently advised Bishop David Muriithi of House of Grace Church to file a counter suit after he was sued by his baby mama Judy Mutave for child upkeep.
Judy dragged the disgraced bishop to court in a bid to compel him to pay child support for their two-year-old son. She was seeking Ksh.100,000 monthly allowance for child maintenance.
Muriithi later agreed to pay Ksh10,000 each month as child support, arguing that he depends on well-wishers for survival.
The bishop told court his former mistress is using the child to extort money from him since she thinks he is wealthy and lives a high-end life.
As a result, Muriithi’s BFF Pastor James Ng’ang’a decided to come out and support him. The two go back a long way, Muriithi was Nganga’s best man when he married his wife Loise Murugi Maina in 2012.