Eliot Masango, the dead man ‘resurrected’ by a South African Pastor, Alph Lukau, has finally opened up on the issue.
In a Facebook post he made which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, Masango said he was truly a dead man who was resurrected.
He said the resurrection was a pure miracle, and not fake, therefore, people should stop criticising the pastor and himself.
He wrote: “Guys….I was not paid to do what I did. I was really dead. [with a crying emoji]”.
It seems his message infuriated some people on Facebook who slammed him so he deleted the it, but YEN.com.gh has a screenshot.
Still, some of the Facebook users rushed to his changed profile picture of him eating the food given him when he was freshly ‘resurrected’.
Some of them called him a comedian of the century, who wanted money easily.
But Masango responded and criticised the person by writing that "the one does not believe God could do miracles:
Adding that God was watching him:
The user again wanted to know if he went to heaven or hell:
To which Masango responded that: “I saw God”.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported how that ‘resurrection’ stunt went viral.
The police has reportedly arrested Masango for questioning into the act.
Funeral companies have also sued Pastor Aplh Lukau for claiming that he tarnished their image with his ‘resurrection’.
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