Police say no confirmation received that man ‘resurrected’ by Alph Lukau has indeed died

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Police say no confirmation received that man ‘resurrected’ by Alph Lukau has indeed died

Amid reports that wanted alleged fraudster Elliot Moyo has died, Gauteng police on Monday said it had not received official confirmation that the man “resurrected” by pastor Alph Lukau is indeed no more.

Spokesperson Captain Kay Makhubele said the search for the suspect continues and he remains wanted until police are informed that he is dead.

Zimbabwean weekly tabloid newspaper B-Metro reported that Moyo’s name was Thabiso Proud Mlanje. The 28-year-old ostensibly died on April 3, two days after being transferred to St Luke’s Hospital in Lupane, and was buried at his late father’s homestead in Dandanda Village.

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His grandmother Emily Moyo had reportedly said her grandson had died a “painful death” and had been vomiting blood.

Amid reports that wanted alleged fraudster Elliot Moyo has died, Gauteng police on Monday said it had not received official confirmation that the man “resurrected” by pastor Alph Lukau is indeed no more.

Spokesperson Captain Kay Makhubele said the search for the suspect continues and he remains wanted until police are informed that he is dead.

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Zimbabwean weekly tabloid newspaper B-Metroreported that Moyo’s name was Thabiso Proud Mlanje. The 28-year-old ostensibly died on April 3, two days after being transferred to St Luke’s Hospital in Lupane, and was buried at his late father’s homestead in Dandanda Village.

His grandmother Emily Moyo had reportedly said her grandson had died a “painful death” and had been vomiting blood.

 


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