South African Pastor Uses Bug Killer In Healing Ritual


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Prophet Lethebo Rabalago with congregants (Facebook)

A South African pastor has shocked the world with viral images showing him spraying Doom Super Multi Insect Killer in congregants faces and other parts of the body, as part of a healing ceremony.

Rabalago, of the Mount Zion General Assembly (MZGA), in Limpopo, has not been shy about posting photos on his Facebook page, spraying his followers with the bug killer.

The Prophet Lethebo Rabalago told eNews Channel Africa (eNCA) “God” told him to do it. He likened the practice to the use of “oil, incense or water, ” and said he “took a leap of faith” that it would heal people.

“If God can use oil, God can use water, God can use incense, so it’s not a matter of me being specific as to why, I just took a step of faith that I believe it can heal people.”

During the interview with eNews Channel Africa, Lethebo was asked if  God has told him about the side affects of spryaing Doom in someone’s eyes.


In reaction to the practice, Tiger Brands, the manufacturer of Doom, said that it found the practice “alarming and extremely concerning.”  The company says it is “unsafe to spray Doom Super Multi Insect killer or any other aerosol spray for that matter, into people’s faces.”

Reaction to the practice has been one of outrage:




Source: AURN

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