Pastor Ng’ang’a yet again filmed ‘bullying’ church member.

Controversial Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism is in the news again for all the wrong reasons after a second undated video clip emerged on social media showing him humiliating a member of his church.

The first clip, which went viral a few days ago, captured the clergyman lecturing and rebuking a woman in his church over the way she was dressed.

The three-minute video shows Pastor Ng’ang’a inviting a middle-aged woman to the altar, where he demands to know what the carrier bag she is carrying contains.

The woman responds by saying that she is carrying a leso in the bag but Pastor Ng’ang’a goes ahead to dress her down, asking her why she was wearing rubber shoes.

The woman defends herself by stating that she wore rubber shoes because it was drizzling by the time she left home for church.

The pastor goes as far as telling the woman that she is confused because of her age while at the same time asking her if she is the one who bought the clothes she was wearing and whether her hair was real or it is hair wig.

Later, Ng’ang’a invites two young women to the podium and reprimands one of them for wearing a tight dress.

In the latest clip, the pastor approaches a woman who is standing with folded arms and starts asking her ‘so what’.

The woman then gives him a side eye to which the pastor responds by also folding his arms and slightly shoving the woman with his elbows asking her what she will do.

MAN OF CONTROVERSY

In May, the controversial televangelist unloaded expletives on his bishops in front of an stunned congregation.

In the six-minute video clip, the Neno Evangelism Centre preacher unleashed one insult after another, accusing some bishops of disrespecting his wife.

Ng’ang’a, who is no stranger to controversy, was early this year charged with threatening to kill Citizen TV journalist Linus Kaikai.

In the video that was widely shared on social media, Ng’ang’a warned Kaikai to steer clear off church matters and focus on journalism.

Then in April, he was arrested for allegedly defrauding a businessman of Sh3.6 million.

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Premier League: Frank Lampard Denied First Win As Leicester fights for a Draw.

Frank Lampard is still waiting for his first win as Chelsea manager after Wilfred Ndidi gave Leicester a 1-1 draw to spoil the Blues legend’s homecoming on Sunday. Thrashed 4-0 at Manchester United last weekend and beaten on penalties by Liverpool in the European Super Cup on Wednesday, Lampard’s side took an early lead through Mason Mount’s first goal for Chelsea.

But Ndidi atoned for the costly mistake that led to Mount’s opener as the Nigeria midfielder headed Leicester’s well deserved second half equalizer.

Lampard had been given a thunderous reception in his first game as Chelsea manager at Stamford Bridge.

Yet the mood was far gloomier by the final whistle after a spluttering display raised the spectre of a potentially difficult season for the returning hero.

Lampard, Chelsea’s all-time record goalscorer, managed to avoid being the first Blues boss to lose his first two Premier League games in charge since Gianluca Vialli 21 years ago.

But on this evidence there is a lot of work for the 41-year-old to do if he is to emulate his 13-year playing spell at Chelsea, which included three Premier League titles and the club’s first Champions League crown.

Greeted by a huge flag with the message ‘Frank Lampard’s blue and white army’ and another reading ‘Welcome home Super Frank’, the former England midfielder emerged from the tunnel to cheers and turned to applaud the crowd as they chanted ‘Super Frankie Lampard’.

With his former Chelsea team-mate John Terry in the stands to support his old friend, the Blues nearly gave Lampard a dream start in the first minute when Olivier Giroud chested Cesar Azpilicueta’s pass to Pedro and the Spaniard volleyed into the side-netting.

Moments later, Mount threatened when he burst through, but the youngster shot too close to Kasper Schmeichel, who did well to block Christian Pulisic’s attempt from the rebound.

Mount, a tenacious attacking midfielder in Lampard’s mold, didn’t need to rue that miss for long.

The 20-year-old, who impressed while playing for Lampard on loan at second tier Derby last season, opened his Chelsea account in the seventh minute, with a helping hand from Ndidi.

Clinical finish

When Caglar Soyuncu rolled a pass to Ndidi, he dithered on the ball too long and Mount alertly pressured him into conceding possession before sliding a clinical finish past Schmeichel.

It was just reward for a blistering start from Chelsea and Lampard celebrated by punching the air in delight.

Mount should have doubled Chelsea’s lead when he headed straight at Schmeichel from Pedro’s cross before N’Golo Kante shot wide from Giroud’s flick.

But Chelsea couldn’t keep up that ferocious pace and their dip gave Leicester a lifeline they should have taken when James Maddison miscued his pass after dancing around Blues keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga early in the second half.

Giroud had started up front instead of Tammy Abraham, who suffered racial abuse on social media after he missed the decisive penalty in that Super Cup loss in Istanbul.

But Lampard responded to Chelsea’s loss of control and Giroud’s lack of impact by introducing Abraham on the hour, the young striker greeted warmly by Blues fans after the midweek taunts.

It wasn’t enough to swing the momentum back in Chelsea’s favor

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and Leicester’s dominance was rewarded in the 67th minute.

When Maddison swung over a corner, Ndidi rose above Azpilicueta to plant a powerful header past Kepa.

Pulisic had made an underwhelming home debut and the former Borussia Dortmund winger was next to be hauled off by Lampard.

Maddison wasted a golden chance when he blasted over from close-range, while Jamie Vardy was just off target after breaching Chelsea’s creaky defence with ease.

Chelsea were clinging on and it took a fine save from Kepa to deny Youri Tielemans in the final minutes.