Pastor Ng'ang'a is a renowned Kenyan preacher who mostly does his services on TV. He is popularly known for his intolerance to nonsense and other unimportant things. A video of pastor Ng'ang'a that was shared by Mwende Macharia has left many Kenyans talking on the internet.
During one of of his live sessions as seen in the clip, a lady called the man of God to ask for financial assistant to help pay her kid's fees. He asked her what he was supposed to do given that he himself never went to school. He went ahead to tell the lady that his show is specifically meant for spiritual matters and anything to do with school fees should be taken to the government or call for a fundraiser.
The preacher then accused some parents for taking their kids to expensive private schools where they can't afford the fees and termed it as show off.
"If you have problems with school take them to the government or do fundraising. Some of you are so showy and take kids to private schools but you don't have the money," Ng'ang'a said in the clip.
Kenyans could not agree less as they supported what the preacher had said. Follow for more news updates daily. Remember to like and share.
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