SA’s ‘Prophet of Doom’ to ap­pear in court

African Independent - - RELIGION -

ill­nesses. This is af­ter images cir­cu­lated of him spray­ing church mem­bers with Doom in­sec­ti­cide.

The pas­tor of the Mountzion Gen­eral As­sem­bly Church, who sprayed some of his church mem­bers in the face.

Was quoted by lo­cal me­dia as say­ing that God can use mud, saliva, or “even poi­sonous things to de­liver peo­ple”.

Der­ick Kganyago, a spokeper­son for Lim­popo’s de­part­ment of health, said the re­gional govern­ment had ob­tained a court order against Ra­bal­ago “un­til he ap­pears in court in Jan­uary. Doom is not fit for hu­man con­sump­tion”.

Even the man­u­fac­tring com­pany has protested the prophet’s use of their prod­uct.

In 2014, an­other South African preacher north of the cap­i­tal, Pre­to­ria, urged dozens in his con­gre­ga­tion to eat grass for heal­ing.

Last year, the same preacher made his con­gre­gants drink petrol, promis­ing it would cure them of their ail­ments.

At the time, a tele­vi­sion news chan­nel re­ported that con­gre­gants who had con­sumed petrol were seen col­laps­ing and rolling around on the floor with symp­toms of nau­sea. – Reuters

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