“Repent or Go to Hell…” Bishop Tells Pastor Ng’anga

June 10, 2019

Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism Centre should repent or risk burning in hell, Archbishop Arthur Kitonga of Redeemed Gospel Church has said.

This follows the recent viral video of Pastor Ng’ang’a insulting his bishops for what he termed as showing disrespect to his wife.

“You either repent or be ready to face the devil in hell, you cannot be a man of God and yet your character is that of Satan. If you have any problem with your bishops or any other leader in the church, it can be settled amicably and through the guidance of the wisdom but not through abusive ways,” said Kitonga.

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The Bishop further cautioned Kenyans against following preachers like pastor Ng’ang’a.

He said: “Kenyans should be able to follow preachers or men of God who portray Christ’s character and not the likes of Ng’ang’a who are full of negative influence to Christ’s body and the entire society.”

Kitonga also wants pastor Ng’ang’a to apologise to his congregation and Kenyans at large for his foul-mouthed rant.

Archbishop Arthur Kitonga [Right], Apostle Fred Akama and an elder during the ordination of Prophet Fred Akama at the Tent of Testimonies Ministries International-Nairobi
“I am his spiritual father and I want him to apologize to his church leaders, followers and Kenyans at large. This kind of action will not go unpunished, if he doesn’t repent then he will face the full wrath of God. He claims the devil is against him and that’s why I am now commanding him to repent or face hell,” said Archbishop Kitonga.

The Archbishop spoke during the second anniversary ceremony at Tent of Testimonies Ministries International-Nairobi where Prophet Fred Akama was ordained as an apostle.

He said, “Today we mark a special occasion, we have just ordained a servant of God and we will keep a close watch of his work so that he doesn’t deviate from the calling which is to serve God. I want other servants of God to borrow a leaf Akama and have spiritual fathers whom they must look upon and seek advice from in time of need.”

Kitonga also called on church leaders to back president Uhuru’s war on graft.

“The church must be on the forefront in fighting corruption and we must work with all government agents to kill the monster. Kenyans too must join the fight since it is their future that is being destroyed through corruption,” he said.

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