Neno Evangelism founder and preacher, Pastor James Maina Ng'ang'a on Friday picked issues with how Kenyans celebrated the top Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) performers
More so, he questioned why Kenyans never celebrate him yet he has allegedly been doing great things in this country.
Kenyans celebrating KCPE results
According to the preacher, he is among a few 'men of God' who have been standing out to tell off corrupt leaders and rebuking other vices in the country and expects Kenyans to laud and celebrate him for that matter.
He believes all the things that he has allegedly done for Kenyans, particularly rebuking corruption in the country, is enough to make concerned Kenyans laud and celebrate him, or even reward him with a small prize such as a car.
Fortunately, Ng'ang'a said no one is celebrating him like they did for KCPE performers
Ng'ang'a referring to the recently released KCPE exams that many learners were celebrated across the country, starting from the media to county governments for their good performance.
Click here to watch Ng'ang'a Friday Kesha.
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