Pastor Ng’ang’a Parades Unmarried Men and Women in his Church Gives Them Six-Month to Find Partners

Controversial city preacher James Maina Ng’ang’a, from Neno Evangelism Church, recently took an unconventional approach during a sermon by showcasing unmarried members of his congregation on the pulpit, encouraging them to actively seek life partners.

Ng’ang’a initiated this unique exercise by calling unmarried male congregants to step forward onto the pulpit, with several responding to his call. Subsequently, he extended the invitation to unmarried female congregants as well.

With both groups now gathered on the pulpit, the preacher directed them to interact and explore the possibility of forming connections that could potentially lead to marriages.

Furthermore, Ng’ang’a announced plans for a special church service dedicated to praying for those who were still unmarried within his congregation. He requested them to bring offerings during this service.

It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time Ng’ang’a has addressed the marital status of his congregation. Last year, he issued a six-month ultimatum to the singles in his church, urging them to either find partners or contemplate leaving the church.