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Huge Blow to Pastor Nganga After the Following Court Ruling in his Shs 3.6 Million Fraud Case

Renown pastor James Maina Ng'anga has been dealt a huge blow after the court declined to terminate a case where he is accused of engaging in a sh 3.6 million fraud.

The Court has noted that the decision to terminate the case is procedural and hence will continue appearing in court until the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions finalises the process.

This means that the Neno Evangelism Church leader will have to wait longer to know if the DPP will agree with his consensus with the businessman he is accused of having defrauded the huge amount of money.

“Article 157 of the constitution 2010 says that the DPP has the authority to terminate a case, I find that it unnecessary to record the statements of the complainant for the said settlement without the consent of the DPP. The current prosecutor needs time to consult with the authority concerning withdrawal of this matter,” the magistrate ruled.

In the case pastor James Maina Ng'anga is accused of having pretended to be in a position to lease his Multimillion Karen residence to the unsuspecting Kenyan through false pretences.

The controversial pastor is currently enjoying freedom after having been freed on ksh 500,000 bond by the court after having been arrested some years back.

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Court DPP James Maina Ng'anga Neno Evangelism Church Nganga


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