Pastor James Ng’ang’a is planning to sell his Newstead hotel located in Naivasha, Nakuru county for Ksh 800 million to cater for the launch of a new church in the United States.
This decision came so as to enable the construction of his ministry and to enable him to be closer to his wife, Mercy Murugi who stays in South Carolina. Neno Evangelism founder pastor James Ng’ang’a needs an amount close to Ksh 600 million so as to expand his ministry in US
The evangelist has gone to the US several times to prepare for the launch of the new church. He desires to sell the property for Ksh. 800 million, though it will depend on the negotiations he will have with the buyer.
A report from Daily Nation informs that pastor Ng’ang’a needs at least Ksh. 600 million. His mission with this church launch project is to save the souls of people in the US by spreading the gospel.
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Following Mercy Murugi’s recent birth in South Carolina, the controversial cleric revealed he is planning to move his family to the US. “My wife has been in America since she recently gave birth,” he said.
From time to time, Pastor Ng’ang’a has been captured saying he’s rich and doesn’t need to collect offerings and tithes on several occasions been recorded on camera saying he’s rich and doesn’t need to collect offerings and tithes from churchgoers. He also disclosed that he created his wealth while still young and energetic. “You need to know one thing; I do not preach because of sadaka. Understand I am a rich preacher,” he said.
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Pastor James Ng’ang’a establishes the Neno evangelism centre in 1992 while serving as a preacher in Mombasa. He then left Mombasa for Nairobi to continue preaching and spreading the word of God.
The 68-year-old cleric built his church in 2005 along Haile Selassie avenue next to Kenya Railways. It is allocated on a land that was acquired illegally according to the government agency. Ng’ang’a however claims to have gotten the land from the Central Bank of Kenya(CBK) when the owner failed to pay the loan he had obtained.