Latest Limpopo pastor making disciples drink Dettol disinfectant - reports

Another Limpopo pastor is making headlines for his unorthodox 'healing' practices.

It's alleged Prophet Rufus Phala of AK Spiritual Christian Church in Makgodu, Limpopo, makes his congregation drink Dettol in order to heal them of illness.

An image has been circulating on social media, showing the pastor pour the disinfectant down a woman's throat.

According to an article by the Daily Sun, the pastor told his followers to drink the antiseptic liquid to help cure their sicknesses.

Last month, Limpopo pastor Prophet Lethebo Rabalago sprayed his congregation with Doom and insisted the poison spray is not harmful to congregants.

Here are some Twitter responses to the latest story:


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