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South African Pastor Forces Members To Eat Flowers



Pastor Lesego Daniels is in the news again and just like at other times, he's feeding his members another bizarre substance. This time around, Pastor Lesego Daniels of the Rabboni Centre Ministry Church in South Africa gave congregants flower to eat for healing.

He instructed some church workers to pluck decorative flowers from the podium of the church then they were given to members to eat.

Pastor Lesego said eating the flowers are part of a healing process. In the past, Daniels had asked his members to eat grass which they claimed tasted like cornflakes. He had also given them petrol to drink at some point and they said it tasted like pineapple juice. A congregant told Daily Sun that the flowers they ate recently tasted like mint chocolate. Another said they felt fresh and good after eating it. 




“I never got flowers from any of my lovers,” said a female member. “I find it sweet to get them in church. They were for healing.”



What do you think about this pastor's style?

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