Mombasa Bishop Robert Wafula has finally “did it”.


By our reporter

Bishop Robert Wafula, formerly of Coast region’s Neno Evangelism Church, has opened his own church, barely weeks after ditching controversial man of God, Bishop James Maina Ng’ang’a. has learnt Wafula recently launched his own church, Shalom Miracle Church in Mombasa.

In a Facebook post seen by media on his profile, the pastor shared a logo of the new church without any caption,His next post served to divulge more information about his latest move as it called on his followers to join him at a hall in Mombasa town for different prayer services.

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”I wish to welcome you for the school of prayers service this Tuesday at Mombasa Women Hall from 5.30pm. We shall not hold the lunch hours service at the venue, with due respect we have let our brother from Neno Mombasa under the leadership of the servant of God Reverend James Maina to utilise the facility for their lunch service. May God bless you reverend and welcome to Mombasa sir,” he wrote.
His post attracted the attention of his congregants and other Kenyans who wished him well even as he started his new ministry.

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Wafula started his own church barely weeks after he publicly ditched Bishop Ng’ang’a’s church, Neno Evangelism following a rude rebuke,As report earlier seen by county diary , he resigned shortly after a viral video of Ng’ang’a warning his bishops of dire consequences for disrespecting him and his wife, “Aggry bishop Ng’ang’a even threatened to close all the churches run by his bishops and termed them as ”kiosks”.

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His remarks angered many including his own bishop, among them Wafula who said he was heartbroken and offended after a man he knew for over 20 years unleashed a bruising slur against leaders in his church.