'I forgive pastor Ng'ang'a', Limuru accident victim says
23 August 2015, 17:55
Nairobi - The man injured in an accident caused by controversial preacher Pastor James Ng'ang'a and in which his wife died has said he has forgiven him.
Martin Mbugua, whose wife Mercy Njeri died in the accident says that his conscience is now clean and that he has forgiven the pastor for the death of his wife.
" I have forgiven him. At this moment in time I have things to worry about such as how to continue with my life. On reflection, I have forgiven him and want to move on now," he said.
Mbugua was speaking to the press in Limuru over the debacle Saturday.
His wife died after Ng'ang'a's Range Rover collided with their Nissan March in Limuru. He sustained injuries but is now recovering.
On his part, Ng'ang'a was arraigned in a Limuru court Friday to answer to charges of causing death of Mercy Njeri through dangerous driving, attempting to evade justice by bribing and also giving false information to police officers.
He was released on a cash bail of KES 500,000.
The preacher denied all the charges before Limuru Senior Resident Magistrate Timothy ole Tanchu and was remanded at the Gigiri police station before his release on bail Friday.
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