Mzansi CSI: South Africans dig into Pastor Lukau's past, finds shady miracles

Mzansi CSI: South Africans dig into Pastor Lukau's past, finds shady miracles

Pastor Alph Lukau has been under the microscope ever since a video of him resurrecting a man went viral - and, Mzansi managed to dig up even more dirt.

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On Monday, Briefly.co.za reported a video went viral of a pastor, who was filmed raising a man from the dead.

However, instead of strengthening people's faith, the video blew up in the religious leader's face. Since it went viral, three different funeral parlours filed lawsuits against him and he has been dubbed a fake prophet by many South Africans.

Now, social media users managed to dip up even more dirt to discredit Lukau. Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux found photos of Lukau allegedly healing an entire ward.

However, there were some aspects of the miracles that made it hard to believe, for example, there were no drips, monitors or windows in the ward.

READ ALSO: Lukau's resurrection story crumbles, church claims man was 'undead' on arrival

And, two years after the miraculous healing of the patients, it is still not known at which hospital it took place.

"To those who don't remember Alph Lukau whose now raising the 'dead'. He's the same Pastor who caused havoc 2 years ago about 'healing' a whole ward of patients at Un Unknown Hospital, No windows, No Cabinets, No Drips, Emergency Exit pointing. We’re not respected in this country," he captioned the post.

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One social media user pointed out that the camera man in the one photo looked a lot like the man he resurrected in the recent video.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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