In a recently surfaced viral video, Pastor Ng’ang’a from Neno Evangelism Centre can be seen adopting an unconventional approach to his ministry by offering plain papers for sale to his congregation.
In the video, Ng’ang’a tears the plain papers into pieces, asserting that these torn fragments symbolize money. He urges his followers to purchase these pieces, emphasizing the importance of inscribing the day’s date on them once they reach home.
Amidst the excitement and fervor of his followers scrambling for the torn papers, Ng’ang’a, animated and amused, breaks into laughter, declaring, “These are money, these are one million… I am selling these… When you get home, write today’s date.”
Throughout the video, Pastor Ng’ang’a maintains a cheerful demeanor, seemingly finding entertainment in the peculiar transaction.
Despite the unconventional nature of this “sale,” his followers willingly step forward, presenting varying amounts of cash to acquire Ng’ang’a’s torn pieces of paper.
This occurrence closely follows another incident where Pastor Ng’ang’a made headlines for expelling a woman caught sleeping in the church.
In the video, Pastor Ng’ang’a addresses the sleeping congregant, inquiring about her origin, and directs her to temporarily leave the service to “take a breather.”
“Where are you from? Wake up and take your stuff. Leave and stay outside; you will come later,” he exclaims. In a light-hearted manner, Ng’ang’a suggests a remedy for her drowsiness, advising her to “go out and be rained on, let the rain cool you down.”
The pastor also cautions congregants against sitting next to someone dozing off, stating that he will remove both individuals if he discovers someone sleeping close to another.
“If I find someone sleeping close to you, I will remove both of you,” he warns.