“Pray for your husbands’ side chicks to get their own partners” – Pastor Ng’ang’a tells women

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 6 Dec, 2022 16:34 | 2 mins read
'Pray for your husbands' side chicks' - Pastor Ng'ang'a tells women
Televangelist James Ng'ang'a. PHOTO/Courtesy

Controversial televangelist and Neno Evangelism Center founder Pastor Ng'ang'a is sharing his two cents on side chicks.

Ng'ang'a who was ministering in his church asked women to pray for side chicks not to die but to get their own husbands.

"Naskia munasema mpango wa kando akufe. Wamama wanapenda hiyo sana. (I hear you are now praying for side chicks to die. Women like that so much)," Pastor Ng'ang'a said.


"Sema bwana Yesu bariki mpango wa kando Mpatie bwana take" (Instead of praying for them to die say God bless the side chick with her own husband.) he said as his congregants repeated the prayer after him.

Further, Ng'ang'a opined that the girls are not to blame as men often make the first move.

"Bwana yako ndiye mpango wa kando, ndiye anatanga tanga tangi. Basi kwanza ua bwana yako... Na umesema Yesu asifiwe, hatujaitwa kuua. Two wrongs cannot make right.

Loosely translated as; "(Your husband owes you loyalty and in this case, he is the one in the wrong. Instead of praying for the side chick to die why not kill your husband first? If you are truly born again then you would know that two wrongs don't make right. Christians have not been called to kill.)"

Prayers at a fee

This comes barely weeks after Pastor Ng'ang'a stirred controversy after asking members of the public to pay to attend prayer and fasting sessions at his church.

In a poster shared on his Sasa TV social media pages, the pastor invited interested persons to register for the service scheduled to start at Jerusalem City Kenya (JCK) in Nairobi today, November 9, 2022.

Believers seeking to enjoy the services are required to pay Ksh500 registration fee with special prayer rooms going for Ksh2,000 per night.

"We invite you to join us in prayer and fasting at Jerusalem City Kenya (JCK). for Registration visit Neno Evangelism Center Nairobi..." the Pastor Ng'ang'a said.

The poster attracted criticism from a section of netizens who wondered why the pastor was charging his members for prayers.