Mboro's own ministry called the Incredible Happenings Church, along with the South African Funeral Practitioners Association, say they take a strong stance against Lukau.
Mboro, who is described as "one of the most recognisable charismatic prophets in South Africa" and "a leading activist in South African communities", further states that a group of bishops and pastors "have also voiced their concerns and will join the charismatic Prophet Mboro to air their frustration".
The church also said it had no engagements with any funeral parlours, as has been widely reported.
They said they were tricked into giving them a hearse by Lukau's representatives who allegedly placed stickers from Black Phoenix on their private vehicle to appear credible. According to this narrative, he was preaching when he was informed that a man in a coffin had been brought to church by his family.
"As Kings and Queens Funeral Services, we would like to distance ourselves from the supposed resurrection", the company wrote in a statement. Now my fellow Kenyans are claiming I was the one who were holding microphone at Alleluia ministry!
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Aleluia church had since distanced itself from the controversy, saying "it was not a resurrection video".
There's much more drama surrounding pastor Alph Lukau's fake miracle which he staged in his Alleluia Ministries International church.
"Before entering the premises of the church, the coffin began to shake, meaning the person was alive", Lukau explained.
Kings & Queens said they were approached by "alleged family members of the deceased" who allegedly said they had a dispute with another funeral provider.
The "resurrected" man known as Elliot has been revealed by social media users as the cameraman of the pastor who was seen handling the camera at different miracle performances.