Wonders of the world shall never end. Residents of Zambia have been left in a great shock following this horrific incident that was witnessed in that country. The story which was published by Record TV Africa and shared by Former prime minister's brother honorable Oburu Odinga through his official Facebook page has left Netizens in stitches.
According to the story, a Zambian pastor who goes by the name James Sakara is alleged to have requested his believers to be burried alive in order to come back to life after three days just like Jesus.
His believers obeyed his instructions and they burried the man of God. Unfortunately, things didn't go as planned and the pastor did not survive. He was pronounced dead. The matters have now gone to caesar. The police have arrested the belivers who participated in that incident.
These are clear indications that we are approaching end times. It is high time that people should change before almighty God gets angry with the world.
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