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'Prophet' of Doom: Pastor claims he can heal people with insecticide

Prophet Lethebo Rabalago of the Mountzion General Assembly church in Limpopo has been photographed spraying Doom over congregants.

Prophet Lethebo Rabalago claims he is able to heal people using various substances at his disposal. Picture: Facebook.com.

JOHANNESBURG – A pastor who has been photographed spraying his congregants with Doom has defended his methods, saying the use of the insect killer is harmless.

The pictures taken at the Mountzion General Assembly church in Limpopo show prophet Lethebo Rabalago spraying the insect killer over people he had promised to heal.

Rabalago claims that he is able to heal and deliver people using various substances at his disposal.

He says that his methods are faultless and only require faith to work.

“God can use anything, God can use the mud, God can use saliva, God can use even poisonous things to deliver people. If they see a man of God using that thing it’s a sign of attracting men, so this is a magnetic anointing we are ‘magneting’ men into Christ. They don’t believe it can happen but once we put that magnet there, they see it's possible and then they come.”

There has been some confused and angry reaction to the pastor’s actions.

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