There is a new church in Gauteng where you can be filled with spirit, literally

There is a new church in Gauteng where you can be filled with spirit, literally

A new church in Orange Farm allows its congregants to drink alcohol and performs enthusiastic services in bars fueled by whisky and other alcoholic beverages.

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The Gabola church was founded eight months ago and has grown in size with lively group of followers.

The church's founder and self-declared pope, Tsietsi Makiti, says that his church is for those who have been rejected by other churches for their love of alcohol.

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The name of the chruch, Gabola, means "drinking" in Tswana, one of the country;s official languages.

Some people and churches are outraged by Gabola and call it blasphemous. The church is not part of the mainstream South African Council of Churches.

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Recently Makiti anointed himself as Pope of Africa and claimed to have over 15 000 members.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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