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AIPC Leaders Express Regret After Ruto Skips Bishop’s Ng’ang’a Burial Despite Hosting Them At Kenol


Leaders of the African Independent Pentecostal Churches of Africa led by Archbishop Julius Njoroge on Monday 16th November expressed their regrets to The Star publication after Deputy President William Ruto and his team missed the burial of Bishop Rev Stephen Ng'ang’a which was held on Friday.

Reports had earlier on alleged that the Bishop who had hosted DP William Ruto and his team at Kenol had died of COVID-19, but Archbishop Julius Njoroge dismissed the reports.

Speaking to The Star, Njoroge revealed that Bishop Ng’ang’a died of Pneumonia, stress and hypertension.

According to Njoroge, the postmortem showed that the deceased had long batteled with the diseases, and during the Kenol chaos which were witnessed when Ruto visited the area, police threw teargas canisters at him which triggered his condition.

The Bishop was buried on Friday in Kigumo constituency, Murang'a county an event that neither Ruto nor any of his team attended, a move that has irked the church leaders.

The DP who is always quick to recognizing deaths of his friends and condole with the families through tweets and condolence messaged did not do the same when the bishop passed away.

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