Pastor and church members praying through goat surfaces in latest video

Pastor and church members praying through goat surfaces in latest video

- A video of a pastor leading church members to pray through a goat has surfaced on social media

- The members were standing outside on a bright sunny day while the goat was tied and held in the middle of the circle they had formed

- The location of the invent is not known

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An interesting video of a pastor leading a large group of congregants to pray using a goat as a point of contact has surfaced on social media.

The location of the incident and the name of the church in question are unknown. With all seriousness, they all prayed their misfortunes out.

The video shows a man holding a domestic goat with a rope tied to its neck, while surrounded by members of the church.

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All the church members stretched their hands towards the goat as they unleashed the prayers as though they were sending the goat to deliver the message to God.

Interestingly, a giant crucifix was put in the centre of the congregation who were outside. The video was posted on Facebook by a user named Nadhifun Karofi Lau.

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Watch the video below:

YEN.com.gh has had interesting reports about pastors in recent times.

It was earlier reported that a 'pastor' by name Matthew Osika in Berekum has been arrested following suspicion that he looted musical instruments from a different church.

According to confirmed reports, the Berekum Police in the Bono Region confirmed the reports and made the arrest.

This followed a tip-off they had had from Pastor Paul Asante Bonah, who heads the Amankokwaa Methodist Church as a senior pastor.

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