Neno Evangelism founder James Ng’ang’a needs psychiatric help.
This is according to Nairobi-based preacher Godfrey Migwi who claims he recently interacted with the controversial televangelist and saw that Ng’ang’a needs help.
“We met at Total Petrol Station Hurlingham opposite Silver Springs hotel. We shook hands since he was in a hurry, but those minutes we talked I discovered this is not the same Ng’an’ga from Mombasa, who relocated to Nairobi,” claimed Migwi.
According to Migwi, Ng’ang’a might be battling depression and should seek professional assistance.
“My advice to you Mr Ng’ang’a is that you need to see a doctor; a psychiatrist. You need a counsellor and I can offer that for free. You need someone who can advise you on how to manage your anger. I respect you as my father.”
Migwi further pleaded with James Ng’ang’a to “please hear me and you will recover but avoid these dramas in and outside the church”.
This comes after male congregants of James Ng’ang’a’s church issued a demand letter for him to apologise over comments made during a Sunday service.
The pastor is accused of using obscene and abusive language while addressing them.