Update: 3 Joburg funeral parlours slap Pastor Lukau with a lawsuit

Update: 3 Joburg funeral parlours slap Pastor Lukau with a lawsuit

- Three Johannesburg based funeral parlours have taken legal steps against Pastor Alph Lukau

- According to the funeral services, their reputations were damaged after the controversial religious leader used their names in his 'scheme'

- Kings & Queens, Black Phoenix and Kingdom Blue cited “reputational damage” as grounds for their lawsuits

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Pastor Alph Lukau claims to have miraculous abilities - the man can allegedly raise people from the dead.

However, the ability to foresee the future is one thing he definitely has not. If he could have seen the future, he probably would not have recorded himself raising a man from the dead.

No, he would have seen trouble in his future - especially from the funeral services which names he used in his miracle.

IOL reported three funeral parlours - Kings & Queens, Black Phoenix and Kingdom Blue, all have confirmed that they have taken legal steps against the controversial religious leader.

According to them, their reputations suffered as a result of Lukau's "scheme."

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“They approached Kingdom Blue for the purposes of acquiring a coffin, used stickers of Black Phoenix to brand their private car, and used such car to misrepresent it to Kings & Queens for the purposes of acquiring transport to ferry the body to the rural areas.
“It is with regret that the outcome of such a plot/scheme has adversely affected our reputation as service providers, our valued clients and the general public,” the parlours said in a statement.

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Update: 3 Joburg funeral parlours slap Pastor Lukau with a lawsuit

Screenshots of the video which showed Pastor Lukau resurrecting a man. Photo credit: Man's Not Barry Roux/Twitter.
Source: Twitter

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Briefly.co.za reported previously, the funeral homes denied having preserved the man's body, a situation which instantly drew doubts in the whole coming back to life story.

After denying having any part in the incident, the parlours vowed to take legal action - a promise that has now been fulfilled.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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