- Penuel Mnguni, who is infamously known as the 'snake pastor', said he is not afraid to go to jail
- His comment followed backlash over the dog meat he served as communion
- The controversial religious leader also revealed the SAPS visited him to take his fingerprints
Self-proclaimed prophet, Penuel Mnguni, took to social media to defend his decision to give his congregants dog meat as communion.
The pastor was first filmed feeding the church members dog meat and frog last year. Briefly.co.za reported at the time Mnguni claimed the dog meat and frogs healed people of HIV and cancer.
It appeared the doggy communion was not a one-time thing and the 'snake pastor' has since continued to slaughter dogs, which he described as "pillars of Gospel".
In the lengthy Facebook post, Mnguni slammed those who criticised him - adding the attempts to stop his practices were a 'plot' against him.
"Who you are it makes no difference to me and the church at large, for we are aware of the Jealousy and Hatred you have against us," he told his haters.
The 'snake pastor' also revealed the cops paid him a visit and they took his fingerprints. Mnguni added he taped the Limpopo cops' visit and when the "Holy Spirit allows" him to play it publicly he'd do it without fear.
The controversial religious leader added that he was not afraid to go to prison.
"lf l have to go to jail, let it be the will of God not of man or these earthly pastors who do not even know their authority in Christ," he said.
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