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You are cursed! Pastor Ng’ang’a tells Kenyan TikTok community

Pastor James Maina Ng’ang’a, founder of Neno Evangelism, has issued a stern warning to Kenya’s TikTok community following the tragic death of popular TikToker Brian Chira.

The controversial clergyman expressed grave concern over the excessive noise and lack of proper guidance on the social media platform.

“Hii TikTok imeharibu. You talk too much. Like crazy people. You are the cursed generation. Look how you are dying, look how you are drowning in the water,” Ng’ang’a said.

He went on to say that the death of young people should not be a cause for celebration,

“And you are all going to attend the funeral of one of your own. Do you think God took him away? God doesn’t take young people. Where do you think God would take such a young child? To be with Moses, Aaron or Elijah in heaven? That’s the devil destroying you,” Ng’ang’a said.

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In a separate video, TikToker celebrity Nyako echoed Pastor Ng’ang’a’s sentiments, warning that the platform could pose dangerous risks to its users.

Nyako, who has a huge following on the platform for her viral content, warned of the potential infiltration of the platform by nefarious influences disguised as enticing offers such as monetary rewards.

“95% of TikTok is gone. Satan is coming in the form of money and other things, and we will cheer him and welcome him and praise him as the best. I promise you, one day I will be vindicated. 95% of the souls of Kenyans will be harvested on this platform,” she said.

Brian Chira’s recent burial has sparked widespread debate, with many criticising the dramatic events surrounding the ceremony.

In particular, Brian Chira’s family expressed disappointment at the behaviour of TikTokers during his burial last Tuesday, 26 March in Githunguri, Kiambu County.

According to the family, the funeral quickly descended into chaos as TikTokers became disorderly and difficult to control, preventing the deceased from receiving the dignified and respectful send-off he deserved.

Chira’s uncles told Nairobi News that although some family members had concerns about his lifestyle while he was alive, they had all hoped for a peaceful burial.

But their hopes were dashed by the disruptive behaviour of the content creators, who even invaded the pulpit.