Controversial South African Pastor Paseka Mboro will be laying a criminal complaint against the ‘resurrection pastor’, Alph Lukau.
As if that is not enough, Pastor Mboro in the company of his faithfuls were filmed praying outside Pastor Lukau’s church, asking God to help them get rid of fake Pastors.
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The Pastor went ahead to seek audience with Lukau, asking him to prove that actually he resurrected a man and he would protect him from the media.
“If it’s true that you resurrecteda man, then let’s go to Mandela’s grave to do the same. If he is wrong, then we will have to look into that but if they are lying about him then we also look into it but everything must come to the public,” he said.
The gates are locked. Pastor Mboro pleading for a meeting with Pastor Lukau. “If it’s true that you resurrecteda man, then let’s go to Mandela’s grave to do the same” pic.twitter.com/v0wSi7QFXE
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According to Eye Witness, a South African Tabloid, Mboro had promised to confront Lukau at his church in Sandton on Thursday afternoon before making his way to the police station to lay criminal complaints against him.
He said he would ask officers to investigate the man captured on camera referred to only as Elliot who was allegedly raised from dead by Lukau.
Mboro, who once claimed to have killed Satan and taken photos in Heaven, says Lukau is a fraudster.
“You can’t defraud people and this man once told women to pay R5,000 (Ksh35,770) and they will get men. That is a criminal element,” he said.
Alleluia International Ministries, where Lukau preaches, said it’s leader never claimed to have resurrected the man in the videos that have now gone viral.
Later, Dr Bishop Shole accompanied Pastor Mboro in the police station to see which charges could be instigated against Pastor Lukau.