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Pastor Ng’ang’a accuses Tony Kiamah of continuing ‘Mrogi’ remarks against CS Jumwa: ‘Tafuta followers’

  • Pastor Timothy Kiamah has recently caused a stir on social media after boldly claiming that new CS Aisha Jumwa practices witchcraft
  • In a viral video clip, the preacher from River of God Church referenced a video of Jumwa claiming they were summoning magicians to ensure election victory.
  • Pastor Ng’ang’a came to Jumwa’s defense by calling out Kiamah for weight hunting to gain social media followers

Flamboyant Nairobi preacher Pastor James Ng’ang’a took a swipe at fellow preacher Tony Kiamah.

Pastor Ng’ang’a accuses Tony Kiamah of continuing ‘Mrogi’ remarks against CS Jumwa: ‘Tafuta followers’
Source: UGC

Aisha Jumwa asks for an apology

Pastor Ng’ang’a was reacting to comments made by Kiamah in a viral video claiming that the Cabinet Secretary Aisha Jumwa practice witchcraft.

In the video uploaded, the wealthy preacher slammed Kiamah saying he knows nothing about witchcraft or sorcery.

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He said:

“Nimeona amesema Aisha Jumwa sijui ni mrogi…ni mganga. You stupid pastor, you stupid. Sasa unauliza Aisha Jumwa nini? I wish ni mimi nikuje nikung’oe meno.”

Ng’ang’a told Kiamah that he didn’t need to talk about black magic because he was not ordained, adding that Kiamah had not been saved.

“Wewe hata hujaokoka. Umeanza kutafuta followers are on Facebook.”

Jumwa’s libel suit

On Friday, November 11, TUKO.co.ke reported that Civil Service Cabinet Secretary Aisha Jumwa asked Kiamah to apologize or she sue for defamation.

In a viral video, Reverend Tony Kiamah of River of God Church called CS “mrogi” in reference to a 2017 video in which the then lawmaker bragged about knowing powerful witches.

In the 2017 video, he is heard calling on magicians to bring out powerful charms so that the repeat presidential election on October 26, 2017 does not happen.

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In a letter of request through her attorney Danstan Omari, Jumwa says she came across a video clip on Lee Makwiny’s Facebook page where Pastor Tony Kiamah of River of God Church was heard saying;

“At this time, the head of the civil service of this country ni Mrogi na alikua has interviewed professionals of this country, some of them in Parliament na wakapisha mrogi, Aisha Jumwa ni Mrogi, there is evidence.”

Omari says the Man of God made false claims about his client without any evidence to back up his claims.

“It is clear that you have made various spurious allegations regarding the character of our clients and this can only be construed as a reek of malice since it has not been followed up with any evidence,” Omari added.

In the formal notice filed through the law firm Musyoka Mogaka and CO, Jumwa says that she is a mother of two children who look up to her and that defaming her reputation in front of her children is unfair and unjustified.

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Source: TUKO.co.ke