A viral video of Alph Lukau shows him shouting to a man in a coffin “rise up” and then the man lieing in the coffin jerks upright to cheers from worshippers.
LOL! Things switched-up on him as the funeral companies he worked with to perform the “fake resurrection” threaten to sue Alph Lukau.
The funeral companies say they were manipulated into being involved.
We were tricked;
Kingdom Blue, Kings & Queens Funeral Services and Black Phoenix said that church representatives “tricked them in different ways.”
“Alleged family members of the deceased” told the Kings & Queens Funeral Services they had had a “dispute with a different funeral service provider”.
The customers also allegedly placed “Black Phoenix stickers on their private car” to look credible to Kings & Queens Funeral Services when they went to hire a hearse from them.
The coffin, the funeral directors say, was acquired from Kingdom Blue.
So Advocate Prince Mafu, speaking on behalf of Kings and Queens, Black Phoenix and Kingdom Blue, said people linked to the church approached the parlours individually, buying a coffin from one, stickers from another and hiring a hearse from another one. “It is with regret that the outcome of such a plot has adversely affected our reputation as service providers.
What was Ulrich Janse Van doing at the resurrection scene?
Maybe to promote the pastor’s fake act but he denies!
The South African blogger and humanitarian Ulrich Janse van Vuuren has denied being in the recent viral video of a pastor claiming to have raised a man from the dead.
However some South Africans have taken to social media with the hashtag #ResurrectionChallenge to see the funny side.
The situation is currently trending in Africa.
According to Sowetan news site, “some church people had already seen this dead man alive aready, when he was brought to the church premises in Kramerville.