After the demon run out of her body screaming, Rose wakes up and narrates that her life had been held hostage by the demons.
“I was tired, for three months they took everything, I couldn’t even pay my children’s school fees. My manager told me, if I go back home, I will die. They dug a hole in my house and buried charms there”
Pastor Ng’ang’a finishes off the exorcism by spraying her with something misty. Rose falls back down again and the pastor commands her to sleep. He then narrates how he has helped her.
“I did not know why you called me, but when she walked into my office I knew that she is not herself.
Don’t forget this is Rose Muhando, the popular and famous gospel star. [The demons] have burnt her hands and spoilt her face, she walked into my office and I couldn’t believe it is her.
I gave her Ksh 5,000 and asked her to come to the service to be delivered.”Pastor Ng’ang’a told the congregation.
Social media users have raised eyebrows over the video claiming that the controversial pastor may have staged the entire exercise for publicity.
Televangelist James Ng’ang’a’s Karen home was Friday morning broken into and valuables and cash over Sh500,000 stolen.
Nairobi CID chief Ireri Kamwende confirmed the 3am incident to The Star Newspaper saying the burglars gained access by breaking the grills on windows. Ng’ang’a’s wife reported the incident to police and investigations are underway.
Pastor James Ng’ang’a spent his second night in custody after Limuru Senior Resident Magistrate Timothy ole Tanchu denied his bail request after he was arraigned in court Thursday morning.
The televangelist had spent the night at Gilgil police station to answer for 3 counts of crime where he is accused of causing a road accident on July 26th that left one woman dead. He denied all charges levelled against them. His case will be heard today (Friday) at 11am.
Two senior Police officers Christopher Nzioka and Patrick Baya were also charged with conspiracy to defeat justice alongside Mr Simon Maina, the man who presented himself as the driver of the Range Rover that caused the accident.
Televangelist James Ng’ang’a has this morning pleaded not guilty to all charges leveled against relating to the fatal road accident that happened on 26 July at in Limuru that left one woman dead.
The Neno Evangelism Pastor who spent the night at Gigiri police station after police declined to grant him cash bail appeared before Limuru Principal magistrate to answer to the following charges:
1. Failing to report an accident as stated by the traffic act CAP 403.
2. Dangerous driving causing death.
3. Giving false/misleading information to a person employed in the public service.
He pleaded not guilty to all charges and will be remanded at Gigiri Police Station until Friday when his application to be released on bond will be heard. Two senior Police officers Christopher Nzioka and Patrick Baya were also charged with conspiracy to defeat justice alongside Mr Simon Maina, the man who presented himself as the driver of the Range Rover that caused the accident.
There was heavy police presence outside the courts with followers of Neno Evangelism camping outside holding placards written ‘Apostle We Love’