Members of Neno Evangelism Ministries are now demanding an apology from controversial pastor James Ng’ang’a.
In a letter by Otieno and Amisi advocates, the church members demand an apology following Pastor Ng’ang’ a’s latest series of insults directed to them.
The controversial pastor has not only threatened to close some of the churches but has also touched on their sexual organs referring to them as “tuvitu” meaning something very small.
His remarks are said to have created disturbance in the church in a manner that will breach peace and the normal functioning of the church.
The Neno Evangelism members have also noted that his remarks have also demeaned their status in the public view the need to apologize.
Ng’ang’a has since been asked to withdraw his threats in regard to his utterances on male organs.
In addition to that, he has also been asked to make a written apology through a local daily newspaper within two days.
Failure to do so, then the controversial Pastor stands to face prosecution and payment of damages.
The apology letter comes barely a day after the controversial pastor apologized to Citizen boss Linus Kaikai.
His apology was in reference to a previous threat he made to the Director of Strategy and Innovation.
Dressed in military regalia, Pastor James Ng’ang’a warned of consequences if he does not leave him alone.
Appearing before Kiambu Law court, Ng’ang’a apologized to the Linus Kaikai who in turn extended his apology.