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Allelua Ministries Denies That Its Lead Pastor Alph Lukau Resurrected A Zimbabwean Man

 

In a statement released on Wednesday evening, shortly before Alph Lukau’s interview on Gauteng broadcaster PowerFM’s Power Drive, Alleluia Ministries backtracked and denied that its lead pastor had resurrected a Zimbabwean man.

Alleluia Ministries claimed that the mortuary vehicle, which was from Kings and Queens Funeral services, was brought to the church by the alleged “resurrected” man’s family who was identified as Elliot Moyo.

The church alleged that by the time the vehicle entered its premises, there was already movement inside the coffin. The church further said it did not speak with Moyo or his supposed family prior to their arrival at the church.

Read part of the statement:

So, let us for a moment focus on the facts:

“At no stage did Pastor Alph claim that he resurrected. the person shown in the video, who was identified by his family members as Elliot;  from the video footage it is clearly stated that when the mortuary vehicle arrived at the Church premises there was already movement in the coffin;  prior to even praying over Elliot, Pastor Alph states that Elliot is in fact breathing;  the facts surrounding Elliot’s death were presented to Pastor Alph by Elliot’s family (as seen in the video footage) and these were then reports. as such;  during the service Pastor Alph clearly states that the extent of the miracle needs to be verified…”

The church also said it had no engagements with any funeral parlours, as has been widely reported. This is despite the parlour saying that they had been approached to transport the body to the church.

Below is the full text of the Statement by Alleluia Ministries:

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