Televangelist James Ng’ang’ a of Neno evangelism has struck his congregation with a new set of strict rules regarding his services.
Wondering why his congregation keeps growing even with the numerous trolls from other Christians?
You see over the years, Ng’ang’a has defended his preaching style saying pastors cannot be the same.
Giving a sermon to his clergy, Pastor Ng’ang’a remained founded on some new rules that those coming to ask for his services should follow.
“Mimi sio pastor wako, hii gari yangu ni mpya, ukitaka kuweka diesel kwa petrol kuna utabadilisha kw ahiyo gari. Ukiweka by mistake hiyo gari ita-knock. Umekuja leo na hujui tabia ya hii mungu wangu, itakusaidia kweli?” he said.
Dressed in a yellow African print suit, Ng’ang’a was sure he was not there to joke. True to his word, Ng’ang’a read through his new guidelines wearing a stern face.
“Ukitaka kuhudumiwa vizuri unapiga simu kwa ofisi yangu huku sio Kenyatta.” he said.
“What I am giving you is beyond, sasa mtu akuje anableed miaka kumi na mbili, na amekata gari ya kurudi. Nakimbizwa ata siwezi kunywa chai. Umeniandika kazi? Kama umeniandika nifute saa hii?
” Usiniletee kile mlikosana nacho na mungu. Wale wanakuja wanafikiria hii ni hoteli. Eti nipatie dawa ya kichwa, nipatie dawa ya bleeding. hawajui ni ibada. Shida sio ugonjwa shida ni hiyo ugonjwa iliingilia wapi tufunge hiyo mlango.’
” Mimi siombei watu, mimi kazi yangu ni kuconnect watu.” Ng’ang’a added.
As he went on with his sermon, Ng’ang’a pointed out a young lady with her shirt written ‘I woke up like this’.
Trying to understand what that meant, Pastor Ng’ang’a seemed dissatisfied claiming the author of the shirt knew what they wanted.
“Everything nowadays has its meaning. Ningekushauri usiingililie kitu kama hujui ni nini” Pastor Ng’ang’a said.