The famous Apostle Nga'ng'a's Television has now apologized to its viewers for airing out some disgusting content that created tension on 3rd October, 2021.The broadcasting house admits that the content violated the editorial and communication laws of Kenya.This authority body controls the content being aired by media houses.
Pastor Ng'ang'a had disrespected the elders of his community at Murang'a claiming that they died like dogs.His utterances regarding the matter raised tension among Kenyans.
He also explained his past on the number of kids he might have sired before marrying his current wife.Pastor Ng'ang'a claimed to have fathered over 70 children from different women.However, the media house has promised Kenyans that they won't deliver such content again.
The famous apostle Ng'ang'a is known for his spiritual power of exorcising demons from those who are tied by demonic powers.He si known to stand firm on "Neno" evangelistic ministries.However, he is also known to have temper when angry.
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