Pastor cooking unfaithful man to change him stuns netizens

What are your thoughts on this? Would you participate in such a "spiritual" moment in church?

Zambian pastor cooks a unfaithful man to help him stop cheating
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A Zambian preacher has left people widely confused and in stitches after he cooked a unfaithful husband who had been presented to him in a bid to make him faithful again.

The man of God instead of organizing counseling for the cheater and his wife or trying any other means decided stewing the middle-aged man was the way to go.

I don't know how tomatoes and onions are supposed to make a difference but go off sir.


Photos of the pastor performing the rendition of a Master Chef class edition in front of his congregation went viral with many highlighting African's version of Christianity was really warped and needed redemption.

The comedy series goes on. The pastor tried seeking divine intervention and God himself instructed him to cook the unfaithful man in a pot to help him amend his ways.

In the footage making rounds on social media, the man could be seen sitting on a huge pot with his head bent down. A lady could be seen pouring in chopped onions, tomatoes, and peppers on him as other congregants looked on.

A man being cooked in front of a congregation after being reported for cheating
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The pot appeared to already have parsley and a few other green vegetables in preparation for the "cooking cleansing." 

The photos have left netizens in stitches with most sharing how bizarre the whole situation is. 

Below are a few comments from netizens reacting to the insane

Kenny Kairu: Hope they don't eat him🤔😂😂🏃🏃🏃

Deejaylaz: Fulfilling scripture day by day, if you read the bible this is not a surprise

Beatrice Watere: The tomatoes were just chilling

Linda_Akitela: Lord we've seen it all😢

Hezykialo9: People will perish because of lack of knowledge and understand (Holy Bible)

Josky_shams: Cooking??? Mtu anipee kiboko!

Aserinelson: Wueh! 😂😂😂😂

Bendanwadu: Waah God help us.

What are your thoughts on this? Would you participate in such a "spiritual" moment in church?

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