Polokwane 'pastor' boasts of feeding congregants 'dog meat'
A self-proclaimed pastor from Ambassadors of Christ Gospel Ministries church in Polokwane has been heavily criticised after boasting of feeding his congregants dog meat as communion.
In a post on the church's Facebook page, photos of two men standing with a dog's bloody head can been seen. Other congregants are seen eating the alleged dog meat.
Attached to the post are also pictures of a slaughtered and skinned dog.
Next to a bowl filled with what is alleged to be the dog meat stands a bottle of cold drink.
"This is no longer a dog meat but the body of Christ, this is no longer a fanta but the blood of Christ, this is no different from the biscuits and the appletizer you buy at the shop and declare as the body and the blood, they are the same because they are declared one thing, when you eat here you will receive your freedom, healing and deliverance, this is our lord's body and blood.
"This is not a religious church, we don't follow a pattern but are led by God's spirit, we believe God can do anything through anything. It is time to confuse and confront the wise," the post to the pictures reads.
Social media users have blasted the "prophet" for the cruel act.
"Please tell me the name of the pastor. I'm at the police station trying to open a criminal case against the pastor," a comment read.
A second comment said: " The witchcraft you people are committing these days in the name of God."
A third comment read: "There's a difference between Jesus Christ of Nazareth and anti-Christ. Wisdom is needed. Lord have mercy."
Controversial "snake pastor" Penuel Mnguni, from End Times Disciples Ministries in Tshwane, who has fed snake and rat to his congregants in the past, has shared the post on his Facebook page.
"As for this generation, it does not grow old. The anti-Christ is too late to stop this kind of Gospel. The young generation has seen the truth about Christ and Him Crucified," his caption read.
A post on the page also asks: "What is the difference between the bread from shop and dog meat?"
In 2018, Mnguni also came under fire for allegedly feeding his congregants dog meat. In the video recorded at the time, Mnguni could be heard saying that congregants are eating the body of Christ.
The CRL Rights Commission's Mpiyakhe Mkholo could not immediately confirm whether there was a case against Mnguni.
Mkholo said they were not aware of the Polokwane incident.
The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) was not reached for comment.
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