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