So far, there is no light at the end of the dark tunnel for Pastor Alph Lukau. In fact, his troubles seem to be piling as more criminal cases have been filed against him.
It appeared Alleluia Ministries pastor, Alph Lukau, dug his own grave with the viral video which showed him resurrecting a man.
Since the footage of his miracle went viral, the pastor received a ton of backlash and several criminal cases have since been opened against him.
At first, three funeral services filed lawsuits against Lukau on grounds of their reputations being dragged into his 'scheme'.
The, a bishop in the same area opened a case, followed by controversial Pastor Mboro on Thursday. However, it appears that was not the end of it as other pastors queued in front of the Sandton police station to file separate claims against Lukau.
According to Eyewitness News, Bishop Thami Ncana was one of the religious leaders planning to take legal action against Lukau.
Ncana accused the Alleluia Ministries pastor of taking the name of God in vain.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported Mboro attempted to take on Pastor Lukau as he was filmed outside Lukau's Alleluia Ministries praying loudly and asking God to forgive fake pastors. Mboro reportedly wants to know what drove Lukau to claim to raise people from the dead.
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