[LISTEN] Caller Poppy confirms Endumisweni Faith Mission Church abuse
A video doing the rounds on social media has gone viral, showing two girls being beaten at a Mdantsane church and people are angry.
This incident allegedly happened at Endumisweni Faith Mission Church in the Eastern Cape.
Another video shows a congregant lying on her tummy in full view of other members being forced to read the bible using her mouth and tongue also at the same church, highlighting the abuse that allegedly happens at some churches.
Breakfast host Bongani Bingwa questions why these instances are allowed to happen? Poppy, a caller says everything that is on the videos is true.
She adds that young women at that church are forced to marry older men who are unemployed and uneducated.
Some are getting married to men who have money so that those men can feed the church.Poppy, caller
Listen below to Poppy's views:
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