Controversial preacher Pastor Nga'ang'a has today revealed a secret plan of making millions from Kenyans.
The Neno Evangelism Center founder has said he is targeting to make close to Sh4 million from Kenyans before this year ends.
During today's service dubbed "HEALING AND DELIVERANCE" that he streamed live on YouTube, Pastor Nga'ang'a has revealed that he's now planning to make millions by selling his maize to Kenyans
The preacher said he has over 900 bags of maize, which he intends to sell at Sh4000 per bag.
He said he cannot take his maize to the market at this stage until its supply to the market reduces to give him an opportunity to sell his at the highest price.
He expects to make at least Sh3,600,000 by selling his maize.
The preacher said that he is a good farmer and a good businessman besides being a pastor.
"Mimi ni mkulima, huwa nalima, hapa kuna magunia ya mahindi karibu 900, nangonjea bei ipande, kiumane nigonge watu Sh4000 per bag," he said which loosely translates to
(I am a farmer, for instance, I have about 900 bags of maize in my store, I am waiting for the price to shoot up, I will then hit them with Sh4000 per bag)
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