Barely days after being released by the court, flamboyant Neno Evangelist Pst James Ng'ang'a has decided to go into the wilderness to pray.
In a video circulating on Facebook, Sasa TV Chief Executive Office claimed he went there to pray for the Country.
According to Ng'ang'a, there is a need to pray for the impending general election as things seem amiss. He confirmed that he shall be in such a place for six days just like Jesus spend 40 days and nights.
Dressing in maize sacks, He asked his followers and Kenyans regardless of education level to join him in seeking God's intervention
"God said that come to me, submit yourself and pray, ask any intervention and it will answer," said Pst Ng'ang'a
He cited three prayers that he shall work on in the wilderness including the 2022 general elections, peace in the nation and what he termed as the freedom to live till one completes days assigned by God.
"Because of fear, many have feared the recurrent of past thoughts and that is why we are praying our God to forgive our sins, to accept our repentance and to destroy the violence already plan against us by a group of young people," said humble Ng'ang'a.
This comes barely a week after the controversial pastor was arrested over alleged threats to Citizen TV journalist Linus Kaikai.