The fake resurrection by Alleluia Ministries International church has back fired and law suits filed

On Sunday February 24, the long time con preacher, Congolese televangelist Alph Lukau of Alleluia Ministries International church, Johannesburg, South Africa, performed a televised resurrection of a man who had been dead for 2 days (should already be rotting) and it went viral, as he wanted. However the results backfired and many national and international christian groups have hit back, and some have even taken legal action.


The acting was of poor quality

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Apparently the fake preacher conned the funeral home of Kings and Queens Funerals, the funeral parlor van seen in the video transporting the dead dude, and that appears that the funeral home was in on the lie. The company has filed suit for defamation, stating that they were never involved.

"We would like to distance ourselves from the supposed resurrection of a deceased man by Alleluia Ministries who allegedly was at our mortuary.

We were approached by alleged family members of the deceased who informed us they had encountered a dispute with a different funeral service provider and would like to use our transport services, which we offered them.

We did not supply the coffin neither did we store the deceased at our mortuary and no paper work was processed by Kings and Queens Funerals. 

As a funeral services provider we do not offer services without documentation neither do we repatriate bodies without any paper work.

'We are in the process of taking legal action for this malicious damage to our image."

Deputy chair David Mosoma of the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities also said they would be investigating the incident.

"As a commission, we need to get to the root of this. Unless we do that, South Africans are taken for a ride and their intelligence is insulted,”

Already the con preacher's minions have started a damage control campaign and still hiding behind the mystery of gods, stating

"Pastor Alph (Lukau), never claimed to have raised him from the dead. He said God has answered the faith of the family and raised their loved one from the dead. We all celebrated the testimony of the family.”

The con preacher Lukau, who claims to possess the power to heal HIV/Aids, TB and other illnesses, has previously come under scrutiny for his lavish lifestyle and greed while his followers live in abject poverty. Heck the conman uses a pure gold microphone.


He wears only overpriced Armani suits, like his American counterparts in con preaching, owns a 12-seater jet, Range Rover, a Bentley, a Lamborghini, a Rolls Royce, a Ferrari, and a three-wheeler custom bike. Because he claims that his imaginary 'god' gave him all his wealth, he regularly flaunts his possessions on his Instagram page, and the simple idiots who follow him throw money at him with the belief that it will come back to them 100 fold, because the con preacher said so.

His wife's $1,200 a week fake hair is also something he likes to throw into the faces of the gullible followers, stating that "only god gives a man such a beautiful woman"


The con preacher is not alone in South Africa and many other African countries who take advantage of the billions of illiterate BLACK people (they prey on their own), 2 other South African pastors who also promote the prosperity gospel, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and Timothy Omotoso, have faced criminal charges for profiting from so-called “miracle healings.”

Last year, Pastor Lethebo Rabalago was found guilty of assault for spraying his followers with a household insecticide which he falsely claimed could heal cancer and HIV.

South African pastor Thuso Kewana stated that the prosperity gospel is not only un-biblical, but it is solely used by con-artists to prey on vulnerable people who are desperate for a better life. Such con-pastors take advantage of those in their congregations who cannot read and really depend on the person behind the pulpit to instruct them. According to statistics, about half of the country's residents are illiterate, and religion historically prefers their followers to be of low intellect.

The Author publishes OPED columns at various global media houses, and is renowned for numerous books

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