South African Pastor Alph Lukau raises ‘dead man’: Watch the man’s resurrection video

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South Africa based pastor Alph Lukau of Alleluia Ministries International claims to have resurrected a man who he says had been dead for three days.

A woman who claims to be the resurrected man’s landlord said the man died on Friday in her hands after a cough.

Lakau begins to pray for the body, which reportedly came straight from the mortuary, prompting the man to sit up in the coffin with his mouth and eyes wide open.

Being resurrected

“He got sick and started coughing a lot on Friday and then we took him to the hospital… that is where he died in my hands,” she says.

The body of the man, named Elliot, is said to have been kept at the mortuary following his death.

After Lakau begins to pray and when he shouts “rise up”, the man in the coffin sits up with his mouth and eyes wide open.

Meanwhile, Kings and Queens Funeral Services has distanced itself from the stunt. The company says it only provided the hearse for transportation.

“We were approached by alleged family members of the deceased who informed us they had encountered a dispute with a different funeral service provider and would like to use our transport services which we offered them.

“We did not supply the coffin neither did we store the deceased at our mortuary and no paperwork was processed by Kings and Queens Funerals. As a Funeral Services Provider we do not offer services without documentation neither do we repatriate bodies without any paperwork” reads part of the statement issued by the company.

The funeral parlour has also threatened to take legal action against Pastor Alph Lukau and his church for the “malicious damage” to the company’s image.

Watch the video below. Is the ‘resurrection’ real or fake? Share your views in the comment section below.

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10 Comments

  1. This pastor was supposed to find the good actor, not Elliott…
    Elliott isn’t a good actor at all

  2. Nobody but God almighty gives and takes life..is this another bushiri money making scheme to rip thousands of their hard earned cash…the waking up the dead is their stupid fake trump card ..not even Satan can bring the dead back…lmao…bwahahaha

  3. Let’s not be judgmental without appreciating all the facts.

    If the video is watched until the end, the pastor did say that the “copse” was already moving in the coffin. The movement inside the coffin prompted the lady to call the pastor to proceed outside. When pastor moved out, he acknowledge that the Elliot was moving. He saw it himself.

    Then he did what he did and on the basis of what he was told – that Elliot died on Friday – it surely was a miracle when he came back to life.

    While everyone is understandably condemning the pastor, it is also possible that the pastor was tricked to bring him and AMI down. This possibility cannot be ruled out.

    So until all the facts are disclosed, let’s not be too quick with condemning the pastor.

  4. It is real… It is a miracle, same as which Jesus Christ did and He was ridiculed and never believed. The thing is people are hardened and refuses to believe in God. Whether you say it’s fake or true, Elliot was resurrected and he remains a testimony of a Miraculous Faithful God. HALLELUJAH 🙌.
    As for Pastor Lukau, may God continue to use more than He has and may He multiply and increase you. Many Blessings Man of God.

  5. 1stly this is the biggest funeral of a common man I ever did see. 2nd these fake miracles are becoming a norm. Pastors will do anything to become stinking rich and the gullable followers will defend them.

  6. God is watching. It won’t be good when he responds.
    We have lost everything by messing up with him.
    This not what people should go to church for.
    The world is coming to an end.
    Let this get investigated and the culprits go to jail.
    This has to come to an end.

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