He denied causing the accident, but said he came to learn that the driver of the car was a member of his congregation.
Apostle Ng’ang’a also categorically denied owning the red Range Rover, and claimed that he did not go to Tigoni police station the following day to pick it up, despite many people claiming to have seen him there. He chose to blame Nation Media Group for his troubles, especially because they have been leading efforts to bring justice through their paper and TV station.
Ng’ang’a also denied being a drunkard and womaniser.
Here’s the video of the interview.