African preacher amuses by using football to kick out demons at sermon

African preacher amuses by using football to kick out demons at sermon

- Kenya’s pastor Ng’ang’a has always left people tongue-tied with the theatrics portrayed at his church

- Often, people argue he is the most over-the-top and dramatic preacher Africa has seen, but Uganda has its own version of the preacher, Samuel Kakande

- He had people laughing when he used a football to kick demons out during one of his sermons

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Samuel Kakande, a notorious replica of Ng’ang’a, left Kenyans in stitches after he was spotted using a football during service to ‘kick out’ demons from worshippers.

As funny as it sounds, the energetic spiritual personality literally stepped on stage and kicked a ball around as his congregants joined him.

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Each time Samuel kicked the ball towards a worshipper, the ‘demon-infested’ believer would wobble and stagger in a hilarious fashion before dropping to the ground.

As soon as they were down, the worshippers shivered and trembled as the supposed delivery made its way through their bodies.

The rest of the congregants sat patiently as they watched their leader bring lost souls 'back to life'.

Later, the believers burst into laughter as they tried to help their reborn comrades rise to their feet.

All through the sporty exorcism, the cleric maintained a stoney face and stood firm whenever his flock bowed at his command.

Samuel remained in the background watching as his powers worked wonders and impressed his bewildered flock.

Ugandan preacher leaves netizens in stitches after using football to kick out demons during service

Samuel Kakande, a notorious replica of Ng’ang’a left Kenyans in stitches after he was spotted using a football during service to ‘kick out’ demons from worshippers. Photo: Kakande Ministries
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Briefly.co.za gathered that the self-proclaimed miracle worker believes he is a prophet and has recorded himself manifesting power at his place of worship each time he steps on stage.

Often, the religious leader is seen driving congregants to their knees whenever they attempt to move close to him.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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