Snake pastor talks about possessions and a group of crazy-looking women follow him

Snake pastor talks about possessions and a group of crazy-looking women follow him

Penuel Mnguni is no stranger to controversy and his sermon this passed Sunday managed to raise a few eyebrows yet again.

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Mnguni, who is infamously known as the snake pastor after he fed his congregation serpent, was filmed preaching about demon possession.

However, his message had some added special effects with a group of women following him around, looking as if a demon would jump out of them at any moment.

With crazy facial expressions, overly acted gestures and a couple of grunts, the women were full on exorcism mode.

The video, which was shared on the End Times Disciples Ministries' Facebook page, kicks off with the women on the ground.

The snake pastor then starts to speak as one woman gives him a deadly look. From there the women followed him around as he spoke about freeing oneself from demons.

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Although the footage might appear staged to the outsider, Mnguni's followers praised God for using him as an instrument.

Ndoda Richard Kok Olebogeng commented: "Glory to the Most High God power♡♡♡My Brother I partake on the Grace."

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It is not the first time Mnguni dealt with alleged possessions. Briefly.co.za previously reported the snake pastor shared a video of him praying for kids.

However, the video showed the kids freaking out the moment the religious leader puts his hands on them.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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