‘In God there’s liquor, Amstel, Amen’ – South African Pastor defends colleague who gave congregants beer during holy communion

South Africa’s self-acclaimed Pope, Tsietsi Makiti has defended his colleague Prophet sonny Rakgorwana who was sighted in viral photos giving congregants brewage during a Special Holy Communion Service.

The founding father of Gabola Church that celebrates alcohol and hold services at drink joints, declared that it’s okay for congregants to be given alcohol to urge them able to accept God.
“I see no damage within the Pastor’s practice. He has my blessing. In Gabola there’s piety. let us all drink and praise the Lord.

“My church practises this on a daily basis. this permits people who are discriminated against by other churches to search out a home while doing what they love best.

“It’s an honest practice, but it must be in guardian spirit. individuals mustn’t be forced to drink. we should meet with the prophet in order that we are able to advance this mission. In God there’s liquor, Amstel, Amen!” he same.
However on his own half, Prophet sonny Rakgorwana who was noticed serving congregants Savannah and Brutal Fruit ciders, aforementioned it was a part of church members’ deliverance.


“This is that the body of Christ and it’s become our life style,” he aforementioned as he served them brew.

“The moment you eat this the right way you become a spirited person. You’re within the spirit and also the flowing half goes from one to another.”

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