Mortuary denies storing corpse of man allegedly raised from dead by Pastor; plans to sue him
We reported earlier of Prophet Alph N Lukau, founder and General Overseer of Alleluia Ministries International, South Africa, who claimed to have brought back to life a dead man during a Sunday service.
The pastor claimed that the ‘deceased’ had spent the weekend at the mortuary before he was brought to the church for a “miracle”.
In new reports, it has been gathered that the Kings and Queens Funeral Services in South Africa has vowed to take legal action against pastor Alph Lukau for dragging its name in the alleged resurrection.
The funeral home denied having preserved the man’s body, a situation which instantly drew doubts in the whole coming back to life story.
Read their full statement below,
As kings and Queens Funeral Services, we would like to distance ourselves from the supposed resurrection of a deceased man by Hallelujah Ministries who allegedly was at our mortuary. As a funeral services provider, we offer
1. Funeral Services
2. Funeral Cover
We were approached by alleged family members of the deceased who informed us they had encountered a dispute with a different funeral service provider and would like to use our transport services which we offered them.
We did not supply the coffin neither did we store the deceased at our mortuary and no paper work was processed by Kings and Queens Funerals. As a Funeral Services Provider we do not offer services without documentation neither do we repatriate bodies without any paper work.
We are in the process of taking legal action for this malicious damage to our image.
To all our beloved clients and prospective clients, thank you for the continued support during this confusing time. We continue to strive for excellence as your preferred funeral services provider that offers a service that give you honour, dignity and comfort.
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