Kennedy Agyapong and other critics of religion in Africa have been vindicated once again as another sad story and spectacle emerges on the Africa forefront. James Sakara, a pastor and founder of the Sakala Zion Church did the unexpected and asked his church members to bury him alive. He stated clearly that he will come back to life in three days as Jesus Christ did. Obviously, the pastor wanted to prove how powerful he is to his church members. Information reaching us is that he had a powerful congregation at his beck and call. True to his wishes, his church members buried him. After 3 days, his church members went to dig his grave just to find the pastor dead. He couldn't make it as he earlier said. Having gathered intelligence of this happening, the police arrived to arrest all of the church members involved. This happened in Zambia.
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