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In photos: Memes of a pastor who “resurrected” a dead person

Social media users make memes of the pastor Alph N Lukau, founder and overseer of South Africa-based Alleluia Ministries International, who allegedly resurrected an alleged religious death on Sunday.

The controversial pastor claimed that the “deceased” had spent the weekend at the morgue before being brought to church for a “miracle” where he raised him from the dead. However, his words have been refuted by the funeral home, which is even considering filing a complaint against the pastor.

Social media users who are all convinced that this is a staging have all launched a new challenge on the web called “the dead man”/”challenge of the resurrection” on social media.

Check out some memes below:

In Photos: Memes of a pastor who "resurrected" a dead person
In Photos: Memes of a pastor who "resurrected" a dead person
In Photos: Memes of a pastor who "resurrected" a dead person
In Photos: Memes of a pastor who "resurrected" a dead person
In Photos: Memes of a pastor who "resurrected" a dead person
In Photos: Memes of a pastor who "resurrected" a dead person
In Photos: Memes of a pastor who "resurrected" a dead person
In Photos: Memes of a pastor who "resurrected" a dead person

The man who was declared dead and “resurrected” by the prophet Alph Lukau was reportedly arrested, according to his former employer.

The man has since been identified as Elliot or Brighton, following the viral “miracle” of Johannesburg, South Africa, which many believed that it has been staged. One of Brighton’s former employers, Vincent, revealed the extent of his deception and the fact that he had been arrested.

The Citizen reports that journalist Anzania Mosaka had questioned Vincent, for whom Brighton had worked in a factory in Pretoria. According to Vincent, Brighton was reportedly arrested on Tuesday, 26 February in the morning.

Vincent has confirmed that he was informed by his other employees that Elliot had been arrested and that they had no other details at this stage. “One of the guys who works for me knows Elliot. I think they stopped him today,” said Vincent.

He then confirmed that Brighton was an employee of his wood processing plant in Pretoria, where he had worked until recently and looked perfectly healthy the last time he showed up for work. According to Vincent, it was not the first masquerade that Brighton did. According to him, he has already claimed to have been locked in a wheelchair so that the pastor can “heal” him in front of the crowd.

His employer later described him as a very intelligent man who, unfortunately, loved to lie. Various social media users have also shared old photos of Brighton, and it seems he has already worked with the pastor as a cameraman. “Can you imagine what life he had? He worked for me, he died, he was resurrected and now he is arrested,” joked Vincent.

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Hi! My name is Zeal Oz from Sterkspruit, Eastern Cape, South Africa. I'm a freelance and content writer. I love music, traveling, group discussion and making friends. A graduate of the University of South Africa, with Bachelor of Education in Foundation Phase Teaching. Email: Oziga@afrinik.com

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