Some of the Neno Evangelism Ministries church members are demanding for an apology from Pastor James Ng’ang’a. In a letter from their lawyers Otieno & Amisi Advocates, the members accused Pastor Ng’ang’a of ‘knowingly using abusive and demeaning words’ that are targeted towards them.
“That on various dates well within your knowledge without lawful excuse and in a public place or at a public gathering you used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to provoke a breach of the peace or whereby a breach of the peace would have been occasioned and more particularly by using signs and language demeaning and/or derogatory of our clients’ sexual organs i.e. by equating the said organs to the index finger and/or referring to them as “kakitu” and “tuvitu” (which are well known Swahili adjectives, albeit colloquial, often employed to describe items smaller than an average-sized item of the same class),” read sections of the letter.
They have given the preacher two days to apologize or else face defamation charges.
This comes after a day of him apologizing to media boss, Linus Kaikai over remarks he made towards him around March this year.
I HAVE today forgiven Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism for the threats to life he directed at me in March this year. Pastor Ng’ang’a apologized to me before Chief Magistrate Patricia Gichohi at the Kiambu Law Courts and I accepted the apology. pic.twitter.com/JMZ8J8UB97
— Linus Kaikai (@LinusKaikai) August 26, 2019