How The EFF “Fellowshipped” With Doom Pastor Lethebo Rabalago

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The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has finally “fellowshipped” with controversial pastor Lethebo Rabalago otherwise known as the “Doom Pastor”.

The “fellowship”, which held recently saw the fighters descend heavily on the 24-year-old leader of the Mount Zion General Assembly (MZGA).

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Not only did the fighters unleash mayhem on the freaky pastor, they also uprooted the tent housing members of his church.

Last week, EFF national spokesperson Ndlozi warned the Doom pastor that the EFF will be coming for him soon for abusing ignorant black people. He also warned him of the looming danger that awaits him if the fighters lay hold of him.

“Soon, we might have to go & fellowship with the #DoomPastor in accordance with John 2v15. We won’t stand the abuse of black people anywhere!

#ProphetOfDoom has not heard about what happened to the #SnakePastor? No problem! EFF iyeza,” he posted.

Lethebo made headlines within and outside the country after he was captured on camera, spraying Doom insecticide on some members of his congregation while performing express miracles.

According to the church, a congregant and ulcer patient, Mrs. Mitala instantly got her healing after the Prophet sprayed doom on her.



Presently, the Doom pastor is on run, after a footage of the healing demonstration went viral. A close relative who spoke to reporters confirmed that he has not been sleeping at home.

It is understood that that the pastor has been squatting and hopping from one friend to another. His mother, as gathered, has also disassociated herself from her son’s ministry.

“I don’t know where my son is, and please, in the name of God, I do not want anything to do with him, his claims or his church,” the physically challenged woman said.

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The doom pastor’s anxiety grew stronger after Limpopo MEC for health Phophi Ramathuba threatened to take him for mental evaluation last Wednesday.

Meanwhile, congregants of the Mount Zion Christian Assembly church in Zebediela have defended the pastor in a recently-released statement.

The members said: “..Pastor Lethebo Rabalago is strong, for he was anointed by Elohim. When storms and hurricanes come; he heads straight to them. When criticisms come to him, he does not hide because he is the son of the storm rider.

He stands tall before the Goliath of this world, the media. He is Lethebo Rabalago detective. When he teaches, you feel the rumble in his voice. My papa continues doing great things.”

They insisted that Pastor Lethebo Rabalago was sent to bring to bare the healing power of God

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