Ordained African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) church minister Reverend Benson Gathungu who is famously known as "Pastor Ben" have left netizens speaking after he commented in regard to cyber crime that one of his friends whom he identified as Karangu Muraya recently suffered from.
Pastor Ben used his official Facebook timeline to make his comments and reactions known to the public where he condemned the issue and at the same time issued a warning of making the alleged criminals known to the public if allowed by the the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI.
"You can steal a drum and lack a audience to play. Two influential online managers behind Karangu Muraya pseudo account defamation. Thank you to our DCI office of cyber crime investigation, we will reveal the names once the office permits us," Pastor Ben posted on Facebook.
Pastor Ben also owns and runs an entertainment show called "Kiengei Live" and co hosts a morning show alongside Gatonye Mbugua at Kameme FM.
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