Neno Evangelist Pastor James Ng'ang'a has always been on the forefront in sparking controversy; and currently, a video of him has greatly made rounds on the internet after he literally gave conditions to medical nurses who will handle his body the moment he will pass away. According to Ng'ang'a, no nurse will be allowed to touch his private part even in death.
"Hawa wasichana wadogo, mimi hawatashika private yangu nikikufa. Eti njoo uone Ng'ang'a, kumbe alikuwa na d*ck kubwa hivi." Ng'ang'a envisioned.
However, the video was not so much of fun to a few fans and celebrities; among them popular actor and comedian Dj Shiti. After the video was shared by Edgar Obare's BNN blog, Dj Shiti expressed his disappointment on Ng'ang'a due to the sensitive words he carelessly mentioned in public.
According to Shiti, an action ought to be taken on the Evangelist for misusing his platform.
"Huyu anakuwanga bishop ama mtu wa p*rno jameni...anafaa hatua kali sana, anatarnish the gospel." Shiti insisted.
Well, what do you think about pastor Ng'ang'as viral video, is it worth it?
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