Snake pastor feeds his congregation dog meat and frogs to heal HIV and cancer

Snake pastor feeds his congregation dog meat and frogs to heal HIV and cancer

Penuel Mnguni, who is infamously known as the snake pastor, is at it again- this time he gave his congregation dog meat and blood which he claimed would heal them from HIV/ Aids and cancer.

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Disturbing video footage was shared on the End Times Disciples Ministries Facebook's page, TimesLIVE reported.

The video showed the pastor giving dog meat to his church members to cure them from HIV. gathered the two hour footage then shows slaughtered dogs.

In the footage, which was titled Sunday Live Holy Communion Service, the snake pastor is heard saying: "So this is the bones of a dog. So if you want to take one home, you can take it. It's the flesh of Jesus Christ. It's no more a dog. I prayed for this bones."

On Saturday, another post was shared, which showed the pastor serving frogs and rats to his church members.

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"It is that time again, where we partake from our Father's table without asking no question. Apostle Paul said it clearly; eat without asking no question," the post started off.

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The post sparked outrage on social media with Facebook users slamming the pastor.

Daniel Kunda wrote, "Indeed its the End time Disciples but believe me my brother, you have misinterpret the Scripture, even the people who commenting and supporting you they need serious Deliverance, who as bewitched you Foolish Galatians."

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