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Author Topic: Africa - Controversies with Perverted Preachers  (Read 87 times)

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Africa - Controversies with Perverted Preachers
« on: September 01, 2019, 02:45:19 PM »
I know this article is a few years old but this article is worthy of discussion. There is an article on the expose of Africa's more controversial religous "miracle workers".

Self-proclaimed prophet Lethebo Rabalago: A South African pastor spraying insecticide on his church members in a healing ritual.

Pastor Lesego Daniel heads the Rabboni Ministries in South Africa takes a bottle of petrol (gasoline) and claims he has turned it into pineapple juice. He takes a sip from the bottle than invites his followers to come up and have a swig.

Penuel Mnguni (aka The Snake Pastor): Pictures emerged of him feeding his followers snakes and rats, which he claimed had been turned into chocolate. Locals later chased him out of Soshanguve, a township north of Pretoria where his church was located.

Bishop Daniel Obinim of International Godsway Ministries in Ghana at a service in June is seen grabbing men's crotches claiming this would heal them of erectile dysfunction. In another video shared online last year he is seen praying over a man whose penis is exposed.

Victor Kanyari, a famous televangelist in Kenya who conducted "healing services" using potassium permanganate in water claiming it was blood oozing from their feet. He was exposed in 2014 but back under a different name.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-38063882

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-38051923
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