Pastor Solomon Male, the Executive Director of Arising For Christ has blamed Pastor Augustine Yiga’s ‘shameless’ misconduct to lack of school knowledge.
According to Male, people who attend school to a certain level, attain some knowledge and lifestyle that makes them feel shame before doing something absurd, which is not the case with ‘uneducated’ ones like the Revival Church Pastor, Yiga.
“One of the problems with Yiga is that he is a school dropout and very uneducated, people who have gone to school and reached a certain level sometime feel shame, and can’t do some things that Yiga does. But Yiga is a shameless conman and thief,” Male said during an interview with ntv’s Live wire on Tuesday.
Following Yiga’s pictures that trended on social media, as he was seen styled in a ‘swaggerific’ dress code during Alex Muhangi’s Comedy Store show last Thursday, Male claimed that for a pastor, dressing in chains, stylish shoes and a cap were uncalled for.
Male claimed that everyone is free to dress in a way they want, but as a leader, it’s always good to mind the dress code especially when making public appearances.
“Everybody is free to dress in the way they like, but as a leader, you have to be critical about your dress code, but Yiga cannot know that because he lacks discipline, he is a conman, I would only advise him to change his church into club, and stop stealing people in the name of God,” he said.
Male also claimed that Yiga always parades fake testimony to deceive people that he is a real ‘man of God’, uses his ‘club’ to spread false gospel about God, and also parades fake miracles to steal from desperate people.
However, recently during an interview, Yiga claimed that there are some pastors who are fighting so hard to destroy his Ministry by pinning him for a false prophet.
“There is are certain Pastors, I don’t want to say their names on air but one has a church ‘Ku Satu (Mile Three) but he always tries everything possible to bring me down and tarnishing my reputation,” Yiga said.
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