Pastor James Maina Ng'ang'a of Neno Evangelism(Photo/Courtesy)
Last year when Covid-19 struck, famous city pastor James Maina Ng'ang'a Of Neno Evangelism relocated to Kajiado where he built a home and a church in an expansive land that he has christened 'Jerusalem City'. Speaking in an interview after relocating to the Maasailand, the flamboyant pastor said that he was tired of the hustle and bustle of the city.
He further revealed that he plans to leave a legacy by constructing a megachurch in Kajiado where worshippers can converge and even camp for prayers and fasting. ''I have started building another church in Kajiado that will look like Jerusalem City, " he was quoted saying.
If you watch Sasa TV, a Christian station that he runs, then you might have noticed that he broadcasts his sermons live from the so-called Jerusalem City in Kajiado. Earlier today, Pastor Ng'ang'a shared a live video on his Facebook page taking followers around Jerusalem City.
In the video, Ng'ang'a can be seen flaunting his camel and cows that were grazing in the expansive land that looks like a ranch.
Nga'ng'a thanked God for blessing him with such a nice place and revealed that the city is still under construction.
Here's a video that he posted taking his followers around the city.. Click link
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