- A post has been shared online about a pastor who uses alcohol and chicken bile to heal his congregants
- The post includes a snap of the congregants holding up their Savanna ciders while a lady in the front holds up a chicken
- The post has confounded Mzansi as many of them wondered what was happening with so many churches that practice bizarre things
Church stories and healing methods are becoming more and more extreme and bizarre. A post has been made online about a pastor that heals his congregants using alcoholic drink, Savanna cider, and chicken bile.
A post shared on Twitter by @Advobarryroux, shows the pastor standing by his congregants, who are all holding up Savanna bottles. Close to him one of the congregants is proudly holding up the chicken.
"Pastor Mzinto Ngema used a mixture of Savannah & chicken bile to heal members of his church," @advodbarryroux captioned the bizarre Twitter post.
South Africans just could not deal with the craziness of it all and were soon in the comment section sharing how bizarre they thought it was. Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"97% of the congregation is usually woman and l ask myself have we have this much as man that our woman go and seek refuge to these thugs who end up raping them or its a case of woman are easily influenced... l stand to be corrected"
"He did say that there'll be false prophets who will prophecy using his name. What happened to praying and believing? Where did we go wrong? "
"I have seen it all aowa banna"
Briefly News has contacted the pastor for a comment surrounding the unusual healing practice but has not received a response yet.
In similar bizarre Briefly News reports, when it comes to pastors and doing the craziest things in the name of healing, we South Africans have heard and seen it all. When they aren't dousing their followers in Doom or making them swallow snakes, they are seemingly farting on them.
Pastor Christ Penelope from Giyani, Limpopo, has gone viral on South African social media sites after a snap of him sitting on one of his congregant's faces and letting off gas to supposedly heal the person was shared online.
In a recent article done with a local publication, Pastor Penelope explains that the only way to impart his amazing and godsent healing powers is by passing flatulence as close to a person's nose as possible.
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