Controversial preacher James Ng’ang’a of the Neno Evangelism Centre Church is set to lose a land where his church is built in Nairobi.
This is after the Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) revealed its plans to reclaim the piece of land on which the church is constructed.
KRC, in a note released to the media, said that the land does not belong to Neno Evangelism Centre as it had been acquired through illegal means.
Neno Evangelism Centre founder pastor Ng’ang’a has also been directed to surrender all the documents relating to the property.
“You are hereby requested to surrender all documents relating to the irregular allocation of the above referenced property to the corporation,” KRC stated, in a letter seen by Nation.
The corporation has also indicated that it has embarked on a process to recover all the illegally acquired parcels of land in different parts of the nation.
The recovery process is a collaboration between the corporation, Assets Recovery Agency and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC).
Pastor Ng’ang’a has not spoken on the matter after the officials from the corporation visited the church and they were informed that he is away for prayers.
According to Nation, the KRC officers were expected to go back to the church on Sunday to share the information with the pastor before action is taken.
It remains unclear how Pastor Ng’ang’a obtained the documents of the land.