Johannesburg Court Dismisses Case Against Resurrection Pair

Africa Religion

The Johannesburg magistrate’s court has withdrawn charges against two people arrested in connection with the “resurrection video” at Alleluia Ministries International church which is headed by Pastor Alph Lukau.

National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson Phindi Mjonondwane confirmed that the case against Nkululeko Dlamini, 35, and Silungisani Sibanda (aka Grace Ncube), 40, had been struck off the roll.

Pastor Lukau said about the outcome of the case against Dlamini and Sibanda: “Many people came to a conclusion that we staged a resurrection miracle and were hoping the accused would give evidence against us.”

He said the church had been consistent in maintaining its innocence in the matter.

“We don’t fake miracles. A lot of people decided to (wrongly) incriminate us in staging a resurrection miracle,” he said.

Other pastors form different churches across the world have taken to social media and equivocally declared that the resurrection video was an attack against Pastor Lukau whose church reaches millions of people across the world through various media platforms.
Another pastor who admits that he watches Lukau every Sunday via Youtube believes that Christians are under attack and said, “Pastor Alph Lukau has been set up by enemies of the prophetic movement, who will stop at nothing to discredit the man of God and the church of God. Hands off Lukau,” he retorted.

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