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Pastor Nganga Suffers A Blow As Court Refuses To Terminate His KSh 3.6 Million Fraud Case

Pastor Ng'ang'a's request to settle a KSh 3.6 million lawsuit against him outside of court was denied by a judge.

James Maina Nganga, a televangelist, had requested that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) dismiss a lawsuit accusing him of defrauding a businessman of KSh 3.6 million.

The court, on the other hand, rejected his proposal when the DPP, through State Counsel Abel Omariba, stated that the office had not received withdrawal orders.

Ng'ang'a had requested that his case be dismissed, claiming that they had a formal agreement with the plaintiff.

I would like to have the case withdrawn since we have agreed to settle the case through a letter of consent with the complainant,” the court was told.

Counsel Omariba stated that he was expecting more instructions from Noordin Haji on the case. Before the case could be abandoned, he sought extra time to review the letter of consent and give it to the DPP for instructions.

In the case, which will be heard on October 14, Ng'ang'a is accused of defrauding Wickson Njoroge Mwathi of KSh 3.6 million in 2016 by fraudulently claiming he could rent him a 17-bedroom property in Karen, Nairobi.

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