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“Hiyo maandamano ingine hata mimi nitakuako” Pastor Ng’ang’a promises to take part in Tuesday’s protests

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Neno Evangelist Pastor Ng’ang’a has now assured the public that they shall not walk alone come next Tuesday, which will be the date when the second protests will be held rejecting the 2024 Finance Bill.

Pastor Ng’ang’a, who was speaking to his congregants in church, said that he will also take part in the countrywide demonstrations because of how tired he is of the current Kenyan government.

Kuna shamba yangu iko kule naivasha acre kumi na tano naskia kuna watu wa serikali wameweka fence wamechukua acre sijui acre tano na 5,000 na moja ni yangu hapo… ole wako wewe.

One day, mtaondoka…watu wenye mashamba ndio wananyayasa wale hawana…nafikiri hiyo maaandamano ingine hata mimi nitakuako
.”

He dared them to show up with tear gas canisters.

“Hata mimi nitakua kwa hiyo maandamano sasa mje na teargas mnipige, I can also speak as a mwananachi nitaacha pastor hapa wacha mtaniona tuh.” Pastor Ng’ang’a promised.

READ ALSO: PASTOR NG’ANG’A OUTRAGED BY FOREIGN PASTORS PROPHESYING ABOUT KENYA

Pastor Ng’ang’a shared his disappointment with the Kenya Kwanza Government for always targeting his land, which he claims isn’t supposed to be stripped from him.

This is actually not the first time he is decrying about his church land that he was informed should be vacated because it is located beside the road.

He feels like the government has gone too far by wanting to take advantage of what others hold dear.

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