Mzansi reacts to JMPD's confession that resurrection pastor's escort was wrong

Mzansi reacts to JMPD's confession that resurrection pastor's escort was wrong

On Tuesday, we reported the JMPD admitted the video, which showed Pastor Alph Lukau escorted to church by police, was real and our readers had the most honest reactions to it.

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Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported a video surfaced on social media which showed the resurrection pastor escorted to his church by JMPD officers.

The department has since confirmed that the video is indeed real and they dubbed the incident 'wrong.'

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Although they sort-of apologised for the incident, our readers had no chill and they told us exactly how they felt about JMPD's "wrong" comment and the footage of the police escort.

Mzansi reacts to JMPD's confession that resurrection pastor's escort was wrong

Mzansi reacts to JMPD's confession that resurrection pastor's escort was wrong. Photo credit: @Am_Blujay/Twitter.
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Here are five honest reactions to the JMPD's statement and the video:

Koti Mothogwane commented: "So this foolish pastor used my tax by being escorted by foolish cops to a foolish congregation to perform a foolish act to fool sheepish followers. He must be arrested and pay for costs of this foolish escapade."
Matt Raven added: "So, I presume Ask the Chief JMPD will be prosecuting since they admit it was wrongful expenditure of tax money, and likely involved backhands..."
Ephraim Makhele wrote: "Our country has become a joke, is this what we paying our taxes for vele vele... This country is going nowhere slowly."
Sheila Chichi Mpofana commented: "Libs Whilst they are escorting fake pastor, thousands of people are victims of crime and those that manage to get to the police station to report, they are met with hostile police men. This is beyond a sad situation."
Lufuno Muofhe said: "At first it was the guptas then chipiliro Booooom is this what what Lukau."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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