Televangelist James Maina Ng'ang'a has today suffered a huge blow after a court ruled against his wish.
The Neno Evangelism Centre founder was appearing in court in a fraud case amounting to Sh3.6 million and had made a request to the court.
According to an NTV report, the self-proclaimed General and commander of God's flock wanted media to be locked out during the court proceeding.
It is not clear why the preacher was against seeing journalists during the court proceedings. However, his wish was not granted, the judge rejected his application.
NTV reports that in 2016, the preacher allegedly lied that he could lease a home in Karen to Wickson Mwathi.
Pastor Ng'ang'a has been in courts on several occasions in the recent past, facing different charges and not just fraud cases.
A few months ago, he also had issues with one of Citizen TV's journalist. Years ago, he also faced charges after his Range Rover car was involved in a deadly accident.
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