"Pastor Lukau must actually explain himself to me and the church because I am a prophet in this country and I can not allow people being fooled in the name of God".
Mboro announced that he would confront Lukau for "bringing Christianity into disrepute", but he was not allowed to enter the church venue when he went there.
But Lukau's supposed resurrection prompted a backlash from the funeral home, "hired" to make the arrangements for the "dead" man. He beckons the "dead" man's widow to join him by the coffin, and calls on Jesus, telling his followers to raise their hands for the Lord.
The lines have been drawn between Pastor Mboro and the self-proclaimed prophet Alph Lukau. "Should God ask me to resurrect somebody and give me grace and the power, by faith I will try that", said Lukau.
He says Lukau must abandon such devious ways and turn to the Lord.
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A viral stunt by a South African preacher, Alph Lukau, may lead to several lawsuits after the self-declared prophet claimed to have resurrected a man at his church in Johannesburg, the BBC is reporting. The statement added that before the man was brought to the church, undertakers had said there was movement in the coffin.
The video, filmed during a service on February 24, shows the evangelical pastor chanting and waving his arms over a man lying in a coffin - who suddenly sits up and looks around, dazed.
Lukau emphasised that prior to this miracle, he had never seen Elliot or his family.
Various social media users have also shared old photos featuring Brighton, and it seems he has previously worked with the pastor as his cameraman, among other things. He cost that funeral parlour money, he damaged their reputation, this is not the role of the church.