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Hii ni upuzi: Pastor Nganga strongly criticizes Prophet Owuor after the latter’s bodyguards blocked the entrance when he tried to shop in a high-end clothing store in Nairobi

by Paul Nyongesa
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Controversial Preacher Pastor James Ngang’a has indirecty attacked prophet David Owuor after he was captured in a viral video surrounded by armed bodyguards when the self proclaimed prophet made an impromptu stop at a local clothes store along Kimathi Street accompanied by a convoy of high-end SUVs.

The flamboyant preacher, known for his charismatic presence and bold proclamations, attracted significant attention from the public, causing a disruption in traffic and drawing crowds eager to catch a glimpse of the renowned figure.

Owuor, adorned in his distinctive attire, had ventured to one of the exclusive men’s clothing and accessories stores in the area. The mere presence of his convoy, consisting of luxurious SUVs, created a buzz, prompting onlookers to gather around in anticipation of witnessing the charismatic prophet in action.

As the crowd swelled, those who couldn’t get close enough strained to catch a glimpse of Owuor, whose heavily built bodyguards vigilantly kept watch over their charismatic leader. The atmosphere crackled with excitement and curiosity as the prophet prepared to address the gathered onlookers.

“In his reaction, without naming Prophet Owuor, the renowned televangelist Pastor James Ng’ang’a was not happy with the conduct of some city preachers who walk around with heavy security detail. According to the man of God, these preachers do not need such protection when they can fully trust in their creator.

“Hapa Nairobi (unalindwa) na vijana kumi? Kwani huyu Mungu hananga askari zake? Watu kumi! Wewe mama hata uko na wazimu wako,” he said.

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