Pastor Ng'ang'a

Neno Evangelism Pastor James Ng’ang’a has reacted to evangelist Benny Hinn apologizing for making false prophesies.

He apologized for misleading people during his evangelistic meetings.

In an interview, Pastor Ng’ang’a noted that it is possible for any long-serving man of God to encounter such challenges.


“Benny Hinnn is in his 70s and has been preaching for 50 years, so he may be missing some anointing. The anointing of God does not increase with age, it decreases so that it can be passed on to younger people. At his age, he should retire from certain church activities,” Pastor Ng’ang’a said.

“Even though we’re the same age he’s been preaching longer than I have. He should now be guiding others, advising them on the right path, sharing his experiences and pointing out what to avoid.”

During Benny Hinn’s visit to Kenya Pastor Ng’ang’a attended his meeting and noticed that he was struggling a lot during the ministry.


“When he was in the country, I noticed that he had a hard time delivering his message. Even the bishops who ministered that day stopped answering my calls. They were my friends, but now they no longer pick up the phone after I openly said that Benny Hinn was struggling,” Pastor Ng’ang’a said.

He further added

“This is normal and is why Benny Hinn recently apologized and admitted that some of his statements were not from God.”

On matters of retirement Pastor Ng’ang’a said he won’t retire but he will focus on blessing people and also he said he won’t prophesy anything when he hits 50 years in ministry.

Benny Hinn recently expressed his regrets for allowing false prophesies to circulate in some of his evangelistic meetings stating that he deeply regrets these actions.

He went on and asked for forgiveness to those who watch his televised sermons and admitted that he was human and sometimes made mistakes.

When asked what legacy he would like to leave behind in his ministry he said he wants to end his ministry better than he started it.