The gospel is such a sensitive thing that needs to be taken seriously in a bid to save more souls. However, it is driven in various ways by people from various dominions. It is you as an individual to decide on what to throw away or keep.
A controversial video clip of Pastor Ng'ang'a has gone viral leaving Kenyans wondering. He was talking about nurses in his sermon as morgue attendants. Mr. Ng'ang'a said that even if he dies, he cannot allow nurses to see his body.
Neither will he allow them to attend to his corpse and touch his private parts. Or wonder how big his dick is. Whether he does by road accident or any other way.
This has really raised eyebrows online. No person will bear the urge to scroll through without commenting. Some have interpreted it as a hilarious statement while others have been annoyed and rebuked him.
Watch the video here:
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