- The infamous man that was brought back to life by Pastor Lukau has allegedly been arrested according to his former employer
- The man has been identified as Elliot and Brighton
- It is believed that Brighton also pretended to be wheelchair-bound for Lukau to miraculously give him the ability to walk again
Mzansi was buzzing following the recent controversial news of the man resurrected by Pastor Lukau.
The resurrected man has since been identified as Brighton but goes by the name of Elliot as well.
Now, one of Brighton’s former employers has revealed the extent of his deception and that he has been arrested.
The Citizen reported that Azania Mosaka interviewed Vincent, who Brighton had worked for at a wood-working factory in Pretoria.
According to Vincent, Brighton was arrested on Tuesday morning.
Vincent went on to reveal that Brighton had participated in other Lukau miracle stunts.
It is claimed that he once pretended to be wheelchair-bound and allowed the pastor to enable him to walk again.
South Africans already poked holes in the farce and identified old photos of Brighton working for the pastor as one of his cameramen.
Briefly.co.za has learnt that the CRL Commission is investigating the resurrection scandal.
Thoko Xaluva-Mkhwanazi, who serves as Chairperson, said that a section 7 investigation has been launched.
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