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Tears flow freely as worshipers stand with Bishop who quit after Clashing with Pastor Ng’ang’a



Bishop Robert Wafula, who was in charge of Neno Evangelism Centre in Mombasa, has exited the church, Standard reports.

According to the publication, Wafula, who is one of the three bishops at Neno, resigned on Friday, May 31.

Wafula wasn’t too happy with remarks that were made by Pastor James Ng’ang’a while cautioning them against disrespecting his wife.

He told journalists that he had known Ng’ang’a for more than 20 years and as such he should not have painted them in bad light.

“If he had issues with us, he should have called us for a meeting. But declaring in public that he will kick us out means he no longer wants to work with us. I would rather leave than wait for him to do what he threatened,” stated Wafula.

While handing over church documents, Wafula explained that he had never engaged with Ng’ang’a’s wife beyond their regular church meetings.

Bishop Robert Wafula with Pastor Ng’ang’a


Pastor Ng’ang’a, who is the founder of Neno Evangelism Centre, on Friday, caused a heated debate on social media after a video of him hurling abuses at the bishops emerged.

In the 6-minute clip, Nganga was heard cautioning some bishops against disrespecting his wife.

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“If you are not going to respect my wife, I will kick you out of my ministry whoever you are. I don’t care if we grew up together.

Pastor Ng’ang’a and his wife.

“This time around I will show you my power. If you don’t respect her, leave my church and go start yours,” he retorted.

The controversial preacher vowed that he would teach the bishops a lesson, adding that they had found him in the ministry yet they could not show regard for his wife

“You found me in this ministry with your wives. You found me preaching using a hand cart, you became rich in this church yet you can’t respect my wife?

“I will show you who I am. I have said if you can’t respect my wife then I’m not going to serve with you. Useless people,” he added.

Bishop Robert Wafula with a colleague
Bishop Robert Wafula hands over church documents at Neno Evangelism Centre in Mombasa
Pastor James Ng’ang’a with his wife Loise Maina Ng’ang’a during their wedding in 2012

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Aisha Jumwa, aide fail to take plea in murder case




Malindi Member of Parliament Aisha Jumwa and her aide Geoffrey Otieno will spend another night in police cells pending bail ruling in a murder case against them.

The two were arraigned in a Mombasa court on Thursday and charged with the murder of Gumbao Jola who was killed in the chaos that ensued during campaigns for a by-election in Ganda Ward on October 15, 2019.

They denied the charges before Mombasa High Court Judge Lady Justice Njoki Mwangi.

The defence lawyers led by Danstan Omari, Jared Magolo and Cliff Ombeta asked the court to release the suspects on reasonable bail terms.

The lawyers accused the state of frustrating the lawmaker who is also facing graft charges and urged the court to free the two on bail.

Earlier in the day, Justice Mwangi was forced to briefly defer plea taking to allow the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP’s) office to avail missing mental assessment report for Jumwa’s co-accused.

The judge also questioned the validity of Ms Jumwa’s medical report, which the court noted bears a signature that’s not that of a psychiatric known to be conducting the assessments in Mombasa.

The prosecution, however, explained that the medic who appends his signatures on the report has retired and that the procedure was done by his colleague who is currently in charge.

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Comedian Othuol Othuol’s father speaks for the first time following son’s death




Father to the late Churchill show comedian Othuol Othuol has today spoken for the first time and revealed that he was against his son’s comedy career.

Peter Omondi, Othuol’s father, disclosed that he always felt like comedy was a lazy man’s career which he did not want his son participating in.

Due to his father being against his dream career, the late Othuol Othuol had to leave home in Nyanza unknowingly and go to Nairobi where he joined Churchill’s comedy group.

However, with time as his son’s popularity grew, the late Othuol Othuols’s said that he came to accept his chosen career.

Othuol’s new path and fame brought a lot of popularity in the family that his father had to always be careful wherever he went.

This fact gave Othuol’s father so much pride as he realised that he now had someone to answer to and protect his image.

Speaking about his son’s life, Peter Omondi said that Othuol’s passion for comedy began at a very early age.

He wished that he knew better to encourage his son’s passion instead of discouraging him. He was very proud that Othuol still forced himself to do what he loved.

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“I didn’t want him to do comedy. I always thought comedy was for those who didn’t want to work hard. From that, i knew that you must identify your kid’s talent and be serious with it,” Othuol’s father said.

The 56-year-old Peter, also talked about a side of Othuol Othuol that many people did not know about.

According to him, his son Othuol was a brilliant kid in school who would often be in the first position.

However, he would always turn the tables around and become last in his class in case his parents failed to acknowledge his efforts.

Othuol’s character was also very surprising to his father, as the late comedian always hang out with kids below his age and joke around a lot.

According to Peter, Othuol did not like being around his peers or older kids.

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Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei mocks MP Junet Mohammed after skipping NTV interview




Suna East MP Junet Mohammed is on the receiving end of mockery after skipping an anticipated interview on NTV.

Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei, one of Ruto’s allies, teased Junet for failing to attend the interview scheduled for Wednesday 21st October.

Mark Masai, the TV host started the show with an apology.

He informed the viewers that producers of the show tried contacting Junet but they were not successful.

“Tonight we had invited the Suna East MP Junet Mohammed as well as the Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei. Cherargei is in studio but the Suna East MP has gone MIA and we are still trying to get a hold of him. We’ve tried to get a hold of him to no avail,” Mark Masai said.

Junet Mohamed and Samson Cherargei were to discuss the new Building Bridges Initiative Report.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga received the report a few days ago.

“On a lighter note, maybe Junet is busy editing reggae lyrics,” Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei commented.

Cherargei is a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto.

While commenting on the BBI report, he noted that the document did not capture the aspiration of Kenyans.

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Additionally, he said that the main agenda in the BBI report is to simply create more positions in the Executive.

“This document is not the aspiration of 47.6 million Kenyans but it is a gentleman’s agreement for self reservation,” Cherargei said.

The Senator also said that there is a hidden agenda for the launch of the Building Bridges Initiative report.

President Uhuru Kenyatta also asked all Kenyans to read the Report.

Additionally, he asked leaders not to use the report to divide Kenyans.

“I am requesting them that between now and Monday they should ensure the document is understandable. .. If you have a simple version put it in all or dailies so that as many Kenyans can see this version,” the president said.

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