Saturday, 13 August 2016

Woman dies after Prophet puts big speaker on top of her body to prove God’s power (photos)

Pretoria – Congregates of Mount Zion General Assembly went home with heads down on Sunday after a failed demonstration of power by the church pastor when a girl fainted after he put a very big and heavy speaker on top of her, promising her that she would not feel pain. The woman has now died from internal injuries caused to her lungs.

Pastor Lethebo Rabalango had organised a night of worship at his church in Polokwane where he was teaching about demonstration of power in which he emphasised that if Jesus walked on water, he too could do anything with faith.

It is on this point that he invited a girl from the praise team and asked her to lie down. He then ordered Ushers to carry a big speaker and put on her stomach saying the weight would not harm her. As if it was not enough, he climbed on top of the speaker, adding pressure to suffocate the girl who remained quite for she had already passed out.

After seating on top of the speaker which was still on the girl’s stomach for close 5 minutes, he got up and ordered removal of the speaker, but the girl could not rise because she had fainted. It took some elders giving her first aid treatment that she came back but complained of a broken rib. The she was then taken to hospital.

However, the pastor blamed the girl and accused her of having little faith for she could not withstand a very simple task. Pastor Lethabo can be accessed via his facebook Account.

Source: The Southern Daily


  1. No charges against said Pastor???

  2. I don't know why most governments don't regulate who should open a church. Many bad things happening in churches and no one seems to notice .people eating life snakes ,some ma stunting in church , pastors having sex with married women and many more

  3. It is in the interest of African governments for their people to be held captive by fake Pastors and Churches. This will ensure that the people remain fools and cowards who cannot recognise their rights talk less of fight for those rights.