In a video recording doing rounds in social media, Pastor Ng'ang'a who is amongst the many controversial pastors in Kenya is captured speaking about women who test men of God by luring them with their beauty.
"Sisi Si Malaika", Pastor Ng'ang'a said. "Saa zingine hawa Wahubiri mnaona, they are the weakest people," he added. The controversial Pastor went on to beseech Christians to pray for them so that they can be able to overcome such temptations when thrown on their way.
As for the ladies who use their beauty to test men of God for whatever reason, he challenged them to stop test driving every man they see. He openly defended a Pastor who is in the middle of a sex scandal by saying, "Niliona kale kasichana na kweli kamejitengeneza." Simply put, the lady in question is too beautiful and tempting enough for any man of God.
Video Link: https://www.facebook.com/103896588711618/posts/104122198689057/?app=fbl
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