A video of Pastor James Ng'ang'a of Nairobi's Neno Evangelism Church delivering a man from a diabetic bout from Naivasha has gone viral.
In the video captioned "Only Pastor Ng'ang'a can do this! This is his first miracle after being released from Police custody" which is making rounds on different social media platforms, Ng'ang'a dressed up like an army officer is seen delivering special kind of prayers for a man who said he had a problem with his manhood.
The man said he was only 46 years but could not proficient in bedroom matters, a problem he said has been caused by diabetes.
"I am 46 years but I cannot meet with my wife, I met with her in October in last year but I could not do anything with her," said the man before Ng'ang'a performed his 'miracle' on him.
Ng'ang'a who shocked the congregation that he was 67 years old but was still good in bed prayed for the 'sick' man and allegedly "delivered him".
This comes to the limelight few days after Ng'ang'a appeared in court for what after threatening TV personality Linus Kaikai.
The threats followed's Kaikai call to have churches regulated.
He said Kenyan pastors were exploiting poor Kenyans with fake miracles and that the government should come up with a law that will see pastors with no academic degrees banned from preaching.
Kaikai's claims were not well received by some pastors in the country.
Pastor Ng'ang'a took to social media where he warned Kaikai against issuing such statements on the "men of God" else he faces untold consequences.