Johannesburg – The identities of the two individuals who were supposedly arrested in relations with the resurrection saga that happened at the Alleluia Ministries International have been made public.
#ResurrectionArrests identities confirmed as Nkululeko Dlamini and Silungisani Sibanda , they are to remain in custody till the 26th of April 2019 while their legal status is verified.
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The two are Nkululeko Dlamini (35) and Silungisani Sibanda (40) who faces fraud charges laid by one of the funeral parlors after posing as undertakers.
The two (male and female) appeared briefly in court this morning but would remain in custody till 26th April 2019 due to the verification of the legality of one of the suspects. The state needed to verify the citizenship status as the SA ID has one name while his passport has another name.
It is alleged that these two were members of Alleluia Ministries International, although there is no proof to the allegations at this moment.
The spokesperson of the NPA couldn’t give details of the last person to be arrested but confirmed that more arrest is imminent. It is clear at this stage that the pastor hasn’t been arrested or charged.