Most social media users don’t believe the reports, saying there could be yet another resurrection miracle on the way.
Several Zimbabwean news publications reported on Monday that Brighton Elliot Moyo had passed on following a short illness.
According to Malawi24, iHarare.com, ZwNews.com, Bulawayo24 News, and Zimbabwe News, to name a few, Elliot died last week in South Africa and was buried on Saturday.
The bona fides of these websites were difficult to establish, however.
An apparent relative who spoke to H-Metro claimed Elliot passed on three days after his stomach started swelling.
He is reportedly survived by his wife.
But people were not convinced about the news reports and took to social media to voice their doubts.
These were some of the comments on social media about Brighton
In a shocking development, Brighton Elliot Moyo, the Zimbabwean man who South African Prophet Alph Lukau controversially ‘resurrected’ from the dead back in February, has died again.
According to local publication H-Metro, Brighton died last week in a village called St Luke’s in South Africa.
Elliot being resurrected
Unfortunately for Brighton, Pastor Alph Lukau was not there to facilitate another resurrection. A close family member who spoke to H-Metro says Elliot was buried on Saturday.
The relative said Elliot’s stomach started swelling and didn’t stop for three days and on the third day, he died.
Elliot is reportedly survived by his wife.