Famous Pastor has been put on the spot light after clip emerged online as he revealed why he did not support and attend Mutara's dad send off.
According to Kiengei, Dennis Mutara a well-known kikuyu gospel musician does not involve in helping others when they are in need.
Speaking during a Sunday summon at his church in Gatundu, Kiengei said he had received backlash from netizens for not supporting his ally.
Mutara who has been battling alcoholism has been on the receiving end after a majority of Kenyan celebrities shunned from helping him.
This is not the first time that Kiengei has been put on the frying pan over his remarks.
Several weeks ago he took to his social media handles mourning the death of close ally pastor Muthungu.
Sadly, according to the anonymous Martha Hinga, Muthungu passed on after a hefty beating from a fellow man after he was busted making merry with his wife inside one of the local lodgings.
Kiengei set the records straight claiming that Muthungu died after a horrifying road accident along the busy Thika super highway and his vehicle was still at the Juja police station.
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