- Limpopo Health MEC Phophi Ramathuba wants to take “Doom pastor” to the Evuxakeni Psychiatric Hospital
- Ramathuba said Lethebo Rabaloga needs to be mentally evaluated
- The Department of Health of South Africa ordered Rabaloga to desist from using insecticide on people.
- Even Rabaloga had a restraining court order, his congregation appears to be strong
Limpopo Health MEC Phophi Ramathuba has said she wants to take Lethebo Rabaloga, the notorious Prophet who sprayed the insecticide Doom at church members to chase away demons in their bodies to the Evuxakeni Psychiatric Hospital.
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Ramathuba said "people like Doom pastor need to be mentally evaluated. A normal person cannot spray Doom on other human beings. After the court, I want to take him to Evuxakeni Psychiatric Hospital - that's where he belongs."
Despite a restraining court order, support for the controversial pastor from Mount Zion General Assembly in Seshego, from his congregation appears undiminished.
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The MEC was speaking during the Malamulele Hospital Board outreach in Hasani Dakari village near Malamulele on Friday.
The South African Human Rights Commission has also condemned the pastor's actions.
The "Doom prophet" appeared in the Limpopo High Court on Monday to challenge an interdict granted to the Department of Health, ordering him to desist from using insecticide on people.
Church followers were visible outside the court wearing T-shirts saying, "Do not touch my anointed one".
The case was postponed to March 20.