Caller condemns Malusi Gigaba for banning 'the man of God' Pastor Anderson

Afternoon Drive caller has expressed her disappointment at the decision made by the Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba to ban Pastor Steven Anderson from entering South Africa.

Pastor Anderson was due to visit the country later this month, but Gigaba announced earlier that he is not allowed to enter South Africa due to his homophobic remarks and hate speech towards the LGBTI community.

Caller says the pastor was going to save the people of God.

I was also looking forward, even if I don't see him in person, but to listen on radio or TV.

Caller

The spirit that is with them is a satanism spirit. God is against immorality.

Caller

Listen to caller's conversation with Xolani Gwala below...

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