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Saturday March 14, 2020 - Controversial evangelist, Pastor James Ng'ang'a of Neno evangelism, is at it again only this time mocking President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Government on Coronavirus preparedness.

This is after Health Cabinet Secretary, Mutahi Kagwe, confirmed the country's first Coronavirus case.

In his rant, Ng'ang'a says that he has heard of a plane that landed in the country from China, which he goes on to allege came with the Covid-19 virus.

However, known for his humour or rather self-adopted 'I don't know this stuff' personality, Ng'ang'a appears to struggle with the pronunciation of the name Coronavirus.

"I have heard a plane from China has come bringing with it 'chronicle'?" Ng'ang'a jokes before a congregant spells out the correct pronunciation. 

"Chronicle fida," he proclaims again jokingly.

The outspoken evangelist, in his address, further ridicules Kenya's preparedness for the virus, saying that the country was lying by issuing phony statements and assuring members of the public.

Ng'ang'a alleged that Western countries and those around the world that had been affected by the deadly virus, issued statements, noting that they were yet to crack the microbe, but Kenya says it is ready.

"Kenya has said that is prepared to deal with the disease.”

“Are you better than America? Hold your horses.”

“Other countries that have experienced it say they have not yet figured it out," Ng'ang'a stated.

"Kenya says it is all prepared.”

“You are all prepared, have you dealt with cancer? HIV & AIDS? Kidney failure?" He posed.

Divulging attention to the dangers of the virus and the most affected, the evangelist highlighted that he had learnt that the elderly are the most affected, further throwing shade that the disease may have been sent to target the older generation.

"The problem is I hear it is affecting mostly the old.”

“I don't know if it has been brought to wipe us out," Ng'ang'a alleged.

In a mocking way, he questions the essence of self-quarantine by locking one's self in isolation for a 14 day period.

 "I heard that people should lock themselves in the house for 14 days, what if it gets out?" He posed.

"God help us," Ng'ang'a pronounces.

"I hear it kills even doctors.”

“Chinese doctors.”

“Leave alone doctors from my village, Doctor Kamau is always drunk, it will wipe them all out," Ng'ang'a asserted.

He further joked that our local doctors would administer some medication that they themselves are not sure of.


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