Ng’ang’a vows to stay put on land claimed by Kenya Railways

Pastor James Ng'ang'a of Neno Evangelism who says that he is ready to fight tooth and nail with Kenya Railways to retain ownership of the land where his main church in Nairobi stands. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • KR said it is planning to reclaim the parcel because it was not converted from public to private use as per the law.
  • The Neno establishment plans to build a multi-storey building dubbed Neno Tower.
  • Mr Ng’ang’a promised dire consequences against anyone who dares displace the church.

Neno Evangelism Centre leader James Ng’ang’a on Sunday announced that he is ready to fight tooth and nail with Kenya Railways (KR) to retain ownership of the land where his main church in Nairobi stands.

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