'Resurrection' pastor Lukau opens counter-charge against 'prophet' Mboro
Alleluia Ministries Pastor Alph Lukau has apparently laid a counter-charge against controversial Pastor Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng.
On Thursday, Motsoeneng laid a charge of fraud against Lukau for staging a resurrection at his church on Sunday.
A video depicting Lukau claiming to raise a man from the dead went viral this week.
Motsoeng has slated Lukau, describing Lukau's actions as blasphemous.
While the details surrounding Lukau's counter-charges are unclear, Eyewitness News (EWN) reporter Kgomotso Modise says a group of church leaders will be pursuing further charges against Alleluia Ministries.
There is a fraud charge now being investigated by the police, that was opened at the Sandton police station, however they do say that there are two other charges opened at the Wynberg police station that were opened by the mortuary. The mortuary say their name has been dragged through the mud.Kgomotso Modise, Reporter - EWN
Mboro did not really know but he was informed that he is facing some sort of charges. It would be interesting to speak to his church because they are very similar in the way that they operate in terms of the miracles that are conducted.Kgomotso Modise, Reporter - EWN
It seems there are a number of dockets flying around for these purpose. We understand church leaders will be pursing more charges [against Lukau].Kgomotso Modise, Reporter - EWN
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