Kramerville, Sandton, South Africa (September 30, 2019) - South African social media was on fire on 25th of February, 2019, on Monday, with a video showing Pastor Alph Lukau, the cofounder and leader of Alleluia Ministries church praying on coffin from where a man rises in shock. People had various opinions after watching the video. For some, it was nothing but a staged resurrection miracle as claimed by some social media activists. But, according to others, the matter involves some more points to it.

Later, on Wednesday, 27th of February, Thabiso Tema invited Pastor Lukau for an interview on Power Drive by PowerFM. Pastor’s church actually counterattacked those who tried misinterpreting the situation for their own interest. However, in the recent interview, Lukau came face to face to talk about the malicious allegations which resulted from the situation.

People started calling Prophet Lukau a fake pastor, to which he replied, “The man, Brighton Moyo, who was supposed to be dead was alive when he was brought inside the church. The coffin was also shaking. I think that his family bought the person to church as they believe God has the power to resurrect any person. They introduced Moyo as “Elliot” and asked for prayer unto him.”

When Alph Lukau was asked by Tema if he actually possessed any power to resurrect dead people, he responded by saying that he is nothing but god’s instrument and he is not here to take credit for what happened that day.
About Pastor Alph Lukau
Pastor Alph Lukau holds the name to be a General Overseer of Alleluia Ministries International in Krammerville, Sandton. He is a reputed speaker and a renowned Bible Scholar.