Controversial City Pastor James Ng’ang’a has now said he wants an apology from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s government for accusing him of having grabbed the land his church ‘Neno Evangelism Centre’ sits on.
On Friday last week, Kenya Railways Corporation wrote a letter to Pastor Ng’ang’a, informing him that the land belongs to them and that he should surrender it within 21 days.
He, however, refuted the claims and vowed to take the battle of the parcel along Haile Selassie Avenue to court.
“We shall proceed to file legal proceedings against the corporation one month after service of this notice and obtain appropriate orders of injunction,” he said through C.M. Ngugi Rebiro and Co. Advocates.
He explained that he bought the land L.R No. 209/9640 on August 13, 2008, for Ksh. 42 million from Kenya Finance Investment Company Limited, formerly Kenya Finance Corporation Limited.
“On 28 August 2008, the said transfer was duly registered and the Land Titles Registry at Nairobi by the Registrar of Titles,” he claimed.