- Pastor Alph Lukau has defended his cameraman, Anele Watson
- Watson reportedly went into hiding after he was mistakenly identified as the man in the coffin in Lukau's 'resurrection' video
- According to the resurrection pastor, his team is working hard to clear Watson's name
During one of his recent sermons, Lukau called up his cameraman to the stage to set the record straight once and for all.
According to Lukau, his cameraman was not the man he had allegedly resurrected in a video, which has since gone viral on social media.
The Sowetan reported Lukau said his cameraman, Anele Watson, was not the resurrected man, who has since been identified as Brighton Moyo, who has also been going by the name "Elliot".
The Alleluia Ministries International pastor claimed Watson grew up in his church and his father is one of the executive bishops in this ministry.
However, after the alleged 'miracle', South Africans tried to track down the resurrected man and ended up wrongfully identifying Watson as him.
Briefly.co.za previously reported Watson had to go into hiding after being mistakenly identified as the man in coffin from Lukau’s recent viral ‘resurrection’ video.
According to Lukau, his team is trying to clear Watson's name and restore his dignity, adding that he now lives in fear.
"Now he can't go to the Gautrain, he has to be indoors. For him to come to church he has to get an escort," he said.
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