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Angry Pastor Ng'ang'a Criticizes Uhuru for Closing Churches (VIDEO)

Controversial city preacher Pastor James Maina Ng'ang'a has blasted President Uhuru Kenyatta over his new measures that saw lockdown imposed in five counties.

Pastor Ng'ang'a on his Live service on Sunday bashed Uhuru for always subjecting churches to strict measures while holding political rallies.

Uhuru in March announced new measures where he ordered lockdown in five counties called 'Red Zone' and banned public gatherings.

The ban on gatherings was a blow to churches that were already keeping the 100 maximum in attendance and many were forced to settle on online service.

Ng'ang'a said that the churches are now facing hard times because of the wrongdoings of the politicians.

he touched on the BBI debate and political rallies that aided the surge in Covid-19 numbers.

"Nyinyi ndio mlisambaza hii kitu, mlisema iko..sisi hatuendagi crusade, mlitufungia crusade tukatii hiyo nyinyi wenyewe tukaanza BBI, ikifika kwa Corona Kanisa inafungwa".

This loosely translates to," It is you who aided the spread of the virus. We don't go to crusades because you told us to close but you started this BBI debate," he said.

He even went ahead and mentioned the Late Kiambaa's MP, Paul Koinange's burial where about 50 people were allowed to attend.

He said that the move is unfair because a church with four members are shut down and members arrested while a politician is given a free pass.

Here is the video:

In a related scenario, members of JCC Church in Rongai were arrested after police stormed their church for flouting the measures set by the government

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