Kenyans were treated to some sad and shocking news last week after it was revealed that Bishop Ng'ang'a who hosted Deputy President William Ruto during the recent chaos that erupted in Murang'a had passed on.
In the midst of this occurrence,the African Independent Pentecostal Church dismissed the claims that Ng'ang'a died of COVID-19.
According to The Star,AIPCA clergy Julius Njoroge revealed that the late Ng'ang'a succumbed to pneumonia,stress and hypertension,the three diseases that have been tormenting him for long.
Moreover,Njoroge revealed that the infamous chaos witnessed at Kenol worsened his health condition after police threw a teargas towards him thus affecting his health.
"The police officers threw a teargas canister at his feet and it exploded and having a record of battling hypertension and pneumonia,the smoke affected his health," asserted Njoroge.
Bishop Ng'ang'a was laid to rest on Friday at Kigumo constituency Murang'a amidst rumors that surfaced on social media saying that he had died after contacting COVID-19. RIP Bishop.
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