Topic: It's Sunday, Gayton McKenzie now wants foreigners churches to be shutdown.
Apparently, South Africa is one of the countries which has so many foreig Pastors that are running churches. Many of African brothers and sisters travels to South Africa and implement their churches, pretending to be Pastors.
Now the Patriotic Alliance co-founder and the president, Gayton Mckenzie has expressed his view on this matter of foreigners opening churches in South Africa.
"We have illegal foreigners opening churches in SA masquerading as Pastors, put a moratorium on foreigners opening churches until we have deported the illegal ones. Mass deportation is coming in South Africa, the tide has turned 👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽", says Gayton Mckenzie in his own statement which he shared it on Twitter.
Even the so called "Mainstream Churches" also use foreign reverends in their churches. "Father Charles has gone to retire in his home country in Scotland".
Many pretends to be prophets.
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