- Ng’ang’a is uncomfortable with the thought of young female nurses analyzing his naked body and ridiculing him while he’s dead.
Controversial Pastor James Ngang’a is once again in the limelight over another edition of his controversial antics.
In a video clip doing rounds on social media, the televangelist says that nurses should keep their hands off his genitals when he dies.
While addressing his congregation, the Neno Evangelism founder said he is uncomfortable with the thought of young female nurses analysing his naked body and ridiculing him while he’s dead.
“When I die, I believe my God. These female nurses will not touch my private parts. I will die even on the road, you cannot touch my private parts saying, watoto wadogo hawa wakisema hebu njoo uone Ngang’a…,” he said.
Pastor on dying with dignity
Ngang’a clarified the belief was personal. “I said what I said and I mean it. That is me and my faith and not ‘We’,” he said.
The pastor further told his congregants that as a servant of God, he cannot “die accidentally.”
“I am very sure, there is no way I will die in an accident or anything that will have me go through a postmortem. That is where most people’s private parts are analysed.
In another viral video barely two weeks ago, Ngang’a shockingly revealed that he had sired over 70 children.
“I tried everything and when I say I have over 70 children, I mean it. I have 30 in Ukambani, 20-something in Mombasa, Nyandarua and Murang’a,” he said.
“One left with a seven-month pregnancy, took her clothes and she never came back. I had to call myself into a meeting,” he said.
He was weighing in on Bishop Muriithi’s drama with his child’s mother.