Philanthropist, Malcolm X, wants to reward man ‘resurrected’ by Lukau

Philanthropist, Malcolm X, wants to reward man ‘resurrected’ by Lukau

Philanthropist, Malcolm X, has asserted that he will reserve judgement about Elliot Moyo, the man who was allegedly resurrected by the controversial Pastor Alph Lukau.

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Elliot was recorded being brought back to life in a video that had South Africans’ tongues wagging for weeks after going viral on social media.

Since the incident, Lukau and his church, Alleluia Ministries has claimed that Lukau had not actually resurrected the man. Lukau asserted that Elliot was already alive when he was brought to the church, found.

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Malcolm X now says he wants to reward Elliot rather than berate him. Many of the do-gooder’s supporters have disagreed with his position and have remarked that regardless of his rationale, he still acted as though he was dead, entertaining Lukau’s antics, Times Live reported.

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Malcolm X responded to these arguments saying Elliot has not had the opportunity to clarify the situation. He added that Lukau had lawyers release a statement. Malcolm even suggested that he would pay for Elliot to have a mental check-up.

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