You Would Die in a Car Accident - Angry Pastor Nganga Tells Ezra Chiloba That if Sasa TV Is Turned Off

  • The Communications Authority (CA) has banned controversial city pastor James Ng'ang'a's Sasa TV because of illegal material broadcast on one of its programs on October 3. 


  • CA Director-General Ezra Chiloba indicated that the ban would be in force for the next six months. 


  • Pastor Ng'an'ga made remarks about his genitals while discussing how his corpse should be treated in the case of death, which was recorded in a video clip that went viral.


You Would Die in a Car Accident - Angry Pastor Nganga Tells Ezra Chiloba That if Sasa TV Is Turned Off


Pastor James Maina Ng'ang'a, a controversial Neno tele-evangelist, has reacted angrily to the recent event in which Kenya's Communication Authority ordered the immediate closing of Sasa TV, a channel accused of breaking violent journalistic regulations.


Pastor Nganga claimed today during his church session that God had revealed to him that the CA chief executive officer, Ezra Chiloba, will die in a car accident as a punishment.


With the announcement that he had foretold a fatal catastrophe in which Ezra Chiloba would expire, Ng'ang'a stunned the church assembly.


The Communications Authority (CA) has banned controversial city pastor James Ng'ang'a's Sasa TV because of illegal material broadcast on one of its programs on October 3.


CA Director-General Ezra Chiloba indicated on Saturday that the ban would be in force for the next six months.


"The Kenyan Communications Authority has ordered Neno Evangelism Centre, a broadcaster that goes by the name SASA TV, to cease transmitting live programs immediately." The guideline must be followed for a period of six (6) months, according to the statement.


Pastor Ng'an'ga made remarks about his genitals while discussing how his corpse should be treated in the case of death, which was recorded in a video clip that went viral.


You Would Die in a Car Accident - Angry Pastor Nganga Tells Ezra Chiloba That if Sasa TV Is Turned Off

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