Nancy Anyango: It’s been such a struggle trying to figure out and understand what Pastor Ng’ang’a is saying on the interview with Hussein Mohammed! Kisungu sio mdomo chake.
Kenya O Gilbert:> After listening to pastor Ng’ang’a defend himself on a live interview with citizen’s Hussein Mohamed yesterday, many Kenyans are of the opinion that the man might actually not be responsible for the death of the lady who died in the accident caused by a car that he was allegedly driving recklessly.
However, he should face new charges of murder since he is purely responsible for the
death of the English language that happened before the cameras. May the Queen’s Language R.I.P.
Wahome Thuku: If Pastor Ng’ang’a gave an “English” interview on BBC in London, would his language be subject of trending debate among the English first speakers in the UK, assuming they even realise he is speaking English? Jibu ni Yes or No.
OK WHY do you want Pastor Nganga to speak the Queen’s English. Let me ask, has anyone tried to interview him in Kikuyu to try the Language Performance? No let me ask this way, what will you say if the Pope gives a 30min interview in broken Swahili when he visits Kenya in weeks time? You will cheer him on right? By the way how many languages does Queen Elizabeth speak?
Bonface Nyangla Pastor Ng’ang’a is unashamedly and mercilessly massacring the King’s/Queen’s language on Citizen TV.
Chrispory Ker Let’s forgive Pastor Ng’ang’a’s English. We ought be worried more if he was that poor in the Kikuyu language. Knowing English is a non issue unless it’s your first language or speaking/writing it brings you food to the table
Osugo Moseti: Pastor’s prayer for GRAMMAR miracle FAILED !
and many just tweeted “RIP English”