- A cameraman who works closely with Pastor Alph Lukau recently had to go into hiding after being mistakenly identified as the man in coffin from Lukau’s recent viral ‘resurrection’ video
- The Alleluia Ministries International cameraman has received a flurry of aggressive threats following Lukau’s ‘resurrection’ service
- The man in the coffin from the incident has subsequently been identified as a timber worker from Pretoria
Over the past week, Pastor Alph Lukau has wowed South Africa with his ‘resurrection’ shenanigans and now the controversial church leader’s cameraman is experiencing consequences from Lukau’s viral ‘resurrection’ video.
The cameraman for Alleluia Ministries International was mistaken for the man in the coffin used for Lukau’s ‘resurrection’ and has subsequently been hit with an avalanche of threats and accusations.
The ‘resurrected’ man from the viral video has been identified as a man named Brighton Moyo, a timber worker from Pretoria.
The Citizen has confirmed that the man in the coffin is Brighton Moyo and not the cameraman that many social media users were convinced was involved in the incident.
Briefly.co.za discovered that lawyers hired by Alleluia Ministries International have made a statement on the seriousness of the threats made to the incorrectly identified cameraman.
“Serious and unintended consequences as a result of the incorrect identification in this matter emphasises the power of social media and media in general and highlights the importance of responsible reporting and use of social media,” the church’s lawyers stated.
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