Pastor James Ng'ang'a, the founder of the Neno Evangelism Centre
Pastor James Ng'ang'a, the founder of the Neno Evangelism Centre

Pastor James Ng'ang'a, the founder of the Neno Evangelism Centre, has challenged the authorities to detain him at this point.

This news comes after the detention of Mr Paul Mackenzie in Malindi, Kilifi County, who was the head of a religious organisation that resembled a cult. As a result of Mackenzie's detention, the authorities are now under greater scrutiny to control religions throughout the nation.

In the aftermath of the finding of the deaths of tens of Mackenzie's adherents in graveyards in Shakahola village, Mackenzie's Good News International Church had been in the spotlight for the past couple of weeks. The victims were found in Shakahola village.

Pastor James Ng'ang'a can be observed challenging the government to detain him in an unofficial video that has gone viral on social media. He says that they may do so if anyone so chooses.

"I do not have an education, but all of you have. Nevertheless, money is being sent to my phone. After you have arrested this preacher, it is my hope that the same will happen to you as well.

"The authorities have come after me, and at this point, everything has become too much," he adds.

The notorious preacher, who is now outside the nation, challenged the authorities to apprehend him shortly after he returned to the country on his return flight.

Pastor Ng'ang'a said that he did not lock the doors that led to his church and that everyone, even those who wished to consume food while inside, was allowed to do so regardless of whether they were congregation members.

As he dares the authorities to detain him, he adds, "Kule Jerusalem asubuhi unakunywa chai na toast mbili." He was referring to the city of Jerusalem.

Individuals ought to be permitted to attend the church even if they opt to sleep while the speaker is presenting the word of God, he said, adding that churches that are enthusiastic about examining individuals at the entrance should be chastised for this practice.

Pastor Ng'ang'a further said that he has prevented Kenyans from giving him money for a long time. He added that he is prepared to reverse any transactions involving mobile money that include him receiving money.

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) investigators questioned the televangelist Pastor Ezekiel Odero about his beliefs and the activities of his church just a day before making this statement.

According to an insider who spoke anonymously, Pastor Odero was interrogated about his connections to the cult leader, Mr Mackenzie.

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