Pastor James Ng’ang’a reaction to President Ruto election
City preacher James Ng’ang’a has urged Kenyans to be patient with President William Ruto.
Speaking during a church service, the controversial pastor said, “This new president has just been sworn in. At least give him three months before criticizing him.”
He also suggested the petrol subsidy put in place by former president Uhuru Kenyatta’s regime was a vote hunting scheme.
“Let politicians be. Do not trust them, they will sell you out.”
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Kenyans have in recent times been complaining over the low cost of fuel and other commodities after President Ruto removed the subsidy on fuel and maize meal.
The man of cloth wondered why Kenyans continued complaining over the high cost of living while they continued driving cars until late in the night, as witnessed in the city traffic gridlock.
Known not to shy away from political matters, Pastor Nganga has in the past accused Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah of misleading Kenyans with his manifesto to legalize marijuana for commercial purposes.
He also laughed at another presidential candidate namely Wahiga Mwaure for finishing last in the August 9, 2022 polls.