A teenage girl aged 17 is said to have passed on following an alleged beating from a Pastor together with his congregants. The incident happened in Kwa Nzimakwe around Port Edward. It is reported that the Pastor believed the girl together with othe children whom they also beaten were controlled by demons.
Mpumalanga news continued to reveal the water and salt were poured over the teenagers' bodies as well as their noses as a process of trying to get rid of the demons which the Pastor believes were inside the children.
The 40-year-old pastor appeared in the Port Shepstone Magistrate’s court this past week on charges of murder to the 17-year-old girl and attempted murder and assault with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm to the other teens.
However, the case has since been postponed to the 20th of June 20 a bail application. The incident has left many shocked and the victims of the families are calling for justice.
Sources: Mpumalanga News
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