Pastor Ng’ang’a and Kanyari on spot again

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Press statement released to the media on 29th may, 2021 by the Atheist in Kenya Society
Press statement released to the media on 29th may, 2021 by the Atheist in Kenya Society

Two controversial pastors: Ng’ang’a, of Neno Evangelisim Ministries and Victor Kanyari, of Salvation Healing Ministry have been put to spot again. This comes hours after Seth Mahinga tendered his resignation as the Secretary General to the Atheists in Kenya society.

In a press statement released to the media on 29th may, 2021, the Atheist in Kenya Society confirmed the resignation of Seth Mahinga as its secretary saying that finding jesus was the reason set gave as to why it was necessary for him to resign.

“Set Mahinga informed us that he had made a decision to resign from his position as the secretary of the society. His reason for resigning was that he has found jesus and is no longer interested on promoting atheisim in kenya,” reads part of the statement.

Congratulating him for his good work for a period that amounted to one and halve years of good service to atheists across the country, The Atheists in Kenya Society’s president Harrison Mumia took that opportunity to wish him well in his new relationship with jesus as he announced that the seat has been rendered vacant with immediate effect and that those who wish to fill that position to post their CVs in their official mail box.

Hours after this statement was released allegations against pastors Ng’ang’a and Kanyari emerged that they had made several meetings with Seth Mahinga just weeks before he resigned on grounds that he had met jesus.

Former chief justice Willy Mtunga aired his opinion, seemingly impressed by seth’ss decision, that has done something good by embracing his rights enshrined in the bill of rights of the Kenyan constitution.

“Article 32(1) of our constitution provides that: Every person has the right to freedom of conscience, religion, thought, believe and opinion. This provision is not a laughing matter.”