Is this a sick joke? Ambulance brings patients to pastor for prayer

Is this a sick joke? Ambulance brings patients to pastor for prayer

Social media users were fuming after an alleged incident where paramedic brought sick patients to a pastor instead of a hospital.

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So, it is a pastor’s job to pray for the sick and needy, but when ambulances started to bring sick people to one religious leader instead of hospitals, people were starting to ask questions.

Social media user @_Zanie took tot Twitter to share the amazing work her pastor did when ambulances brought sick patients to him for prayer.

She captioned the post, “We were in prayer as a church yesterday when all of a sudden ambulances started arriving bringing in the sick...I still get goosebumps from what I saw God do through our Pastor. I am also a testimony of His restoring grace from my own storm. God is able and willing.”

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However, instead of getting an amen from tweeps, @_Zanie’s post was slammed. Tweeps meant the patients should have been taken to a hospital and not a pastor, who they believe is a fame hog.

Briefly.co.za saw tweeps then added the entire incident was staged and the paramedics who brought the ‘sick’ to the pastors were in on it.

Disclaimer: The incident @_Zanie posted on Twitter has not yet been verified.

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