A video of a South Africa priests ‘resurrecting’ the dead may land him in trouble.
According to British Broadcasting Corporation-BBC, directors of three funeral homes in South Africa are now building up a strong case against the priest whom they termed ‘fake’
The Kingdom Blue, Kings & queens funeral services and Black Phoenix said they were tricked into Pastor Alph Lukau and they will present a tangible strong suit against him before court.
They said that Pastor Lukau used improvised stickers to show that the vehicle transporting the dead to Lukau’s church belonged to the funeral homes.
In the video Pastor Lukau is seen ‘resurrecting’ a man by the name Elliot who had died and preserved in the morgue for more than three days.
In the video the family members seem to have choreographed the art by resonating very well with pastor Lukau to make the ‘Deal’ sweeter.
However, the video that went viral has led to strong negative criticism across the globe.
South Africa Commission for Promotion and Protection of Cultural Religious and Linguistic Communities-Rights Commission has disputed the resurrection saga saying that there is nothing like that.
Pastor Lukau is yet to respond to the BBC reports.
Churches and religious organisation across the globe have strongly condemned Pastor Lukau.
However, in Kenya some took Pastor Alph Lukau ‘Challenge’ to tease the other side of life.
[Pastor Alph Lukau ‘challenge’. Kiambu Governor ferdinand waititu and gatundu South MP Moses Kuria.]