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Pastor Ng’ang’a defends Bishop Muriithi over child support feud with baby mama

By Naomi Njoroge On Mon, 13 Sep, 2021 17:35 | < 1 min read
Neno Evangelism centre founder Pastor James Ng'ang'a. PHOTO/COURTESY

Neno Evangelism centre founder Pastor James Ng’ang’a has shared his sentiments in defence of Bishop David Muriithi who has been caught up in a child support feud with his baby mama Judy Mutave.

According to the controversial clergyman, Ms Judy is allegedly taking advantage of the bishop and he would counter sue her for ‘his seed’

“Kama ni mimi namshtaki kortini kwamba amechukua mbegu yangu. Mnaonea tu pastor (I would sue the lady for taking my seed because now everyone is criticising the pastor for nothing).”

Ng’ang’a further asked his congregation to pray for clergymen to avoid stumbling into such temptations.

“Saa zengine muombee wahubiri (Sometimes pray for the men of God),” he added.

The two have been in a messy public back to back drama after Mutave sued the Bishop seeking child support.

The Bishop agreed to have sired the child with her before taking a new twist where he demanded a DNA test on-child alleging the lady suffered fibroids and could not conceive.

This comes just days after Judy opened up about their relationship that started as a friendship before evolving into something more.

Speaking to a local radio station, she discussed how their relationship started in a local entertainment joint and how she discovered about her pregnancy.

‘We met at one of the popular entertainment spots in Kenya, somewhere where people get some drinks and relax. Sad though, but it was like that,” Mutave disclosed.

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