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PASTOR NG’ANG’A PROMISES TO JOIN FINANCE BILL PROTESTS ON TUESDAY

Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism has publicly declared his opposition to the Finance Bill 2024. And he intends to join in the street protests against it.

During a church service on Sunday, June 23, Pastor Ng’ang’a asked when the next demonstrations were planned. He promised to join the ones planned for Tuesday, June 25.

“I will attend the next demonstration. When is it? Tuesday? I will attend. So just come with teargas you lob at me,” Pastor Ng’ang’a boldly challenged anti-riot police officers.

The renowned televangelist emphasized his commitment to protesting alongside fellow Kenyans against the contentious bill, which has sparked widespread public concern and dissent.

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Pastor Ng’ang’a

Pastor Ng’ang’a Role Model

Pastor Ng’ang’a aims to follow in the footsteps of Reverend Timothy Njoya, the Presbyterian minister who protested in 1997 against the government’s actions.

Reverend Njoya led non-violent protests demanding democratic reforms during the Kanu regime. He boldly advocated for change, despite facing violent repression.

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Reverend Timothy Njoya

During one protest in Nairobi, Reverend Njoya was brutally attacked by a plainclothes policeman. He and others sustained injuries. Eight people including a police officer also lost their lives.

Reverend Njoya’s actions contributed to Kenya’s ongoing journey toward democracy and accountability.

Stay tuned for updates as Pastor Ng’ang’a prepares to take his stand on the streets.

By Vivian K

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