Doom Pastor’s case postponed to March

The Man of God, Prophet Lethebo demonstrated the Power of God by himself.By putting in his eyes an on the the face of his skin also the mouth.He is giving you answers. We are born of the spirit....." Photo: Mountzion General Assembly official page

POLOKWANE – “The interdict that the department filed is not against Lethebo Rabalago himself, it’s against what he is doing,” says Department of Health Spokesperson, Derick Kganyago.

This follows the “Doom Pastor’s” appearance in the Polokwane High Court yesterday. The case was postponed to 20 march 2017 for both parties to exchange documents as Rabalago says his lawyers did not have enough time to study the new affidavit given by the department.

Kganyago told Review that Rabalago has opposed the interdict but he says the department will continue their quest to protect people from the health problems his actions pose.

“We know the dangers that come from spraying Doom in people’s faces and the department has continued to create awareness among the public so that they know what the consequences are in terms of their health,” he said.

Rabalago, a prophet at the Mount Zion General Assembly, made national headlines in November last year after he was pictured spraying doom onto his congregants faces.

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In December, The Limpopo Health Department obtained a court interdict to stop Rabalago and the members from the church to refrain from spraying or applying Doom on people.

Read more:

‘Doom Pastor’ fears for his life following social media outcry

‘Do not spay Doom onto people’s faces’ – Tiger Brands

Doom: not in our name says Faith Chapel SA’s senior pastor

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