Pastor Nga’ng’a Explains Dissatisfaction With Benny Hinn’s Crusade

Controversial pastor James Ng’ang’a of the Neno Evangelism has expressed that he was disgruntled with the recent Nyayo Stadium crusade, conducted by famous international preacher Benny Hinn.

Ng’ang’a showed his discontent while addressing his congregants on February 25, 2023, revealing that he was on a mission to witness how the international preacher, Hinn, commits his duties under God’s influence

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Despite disclosing much, the controversial pastor who attended the crusade alongside his wife, told his church congregants that something was absolutely wrong with how God used Hinn during the service.

Photo: Benny Hinn (l) and Kenya’s First Lady Rachel Ruto (r)

“I went to the meeting. I just went to see how God uses him. I will not speak now, but something is very wrong.”

According to Ng’ang’a, the fellow man of God did everything well but ran short of perfection, especially on the way he sang.

“That man struggled. He struggled. He is a singer and he sang in my presence, but he struggled,” Ng’ang’a remarked during his sermon.

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He further told his congregants that he failed to be accorded respect as a man of God in the event, asking congregants to refrain from taking their presence to events they are never invited.

“They extend their hospitality to Ugandans, granting them seats of honor. I observed Pastor Ezekiel seated closer to the entrance, ahead of me… even a simple gesture of acknowledgment was absent,” he said.

He even told his expectations to his beloved church congregants, that: “I hoped for an opportunity to showcase my musical talents, perhaps even leading to divine intervention, but alas, it seems Kenya is not ready to embrace me”


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