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Video of Ugandan Pastor with a stamp from heaven goes viral

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By Bosco Marita | March 11th 2019

If the biblical end of times signs is anything to go by, then folks prepare yourselves, because it is seemingly a matter of days.

With less than a fortnight ago since South African pastor, Alph Lukau had gone viral for resurrecting the dead, a Ugandan pastor has now emerged with a heavenly stamp that performs miracles with a mere mark.

In a video recording, a man identified as Kayongo Battimayo, allegedly with a difficulty in walking, is captured seeking divine intervention to enable him to walk from the pastor.

By a one-mark stamp on his wishes written on a manilla paper, the man was not only able to walk, but also run.

Social media users, however, scolded the miracle terming it “fake” as others called it business.

“These people make religion look like a joke really sad,” Said Petersen Ismail on facebook.

With social media being abuzz with a litany of shocking stories of fake miracles it still remains debatable why people have still remained susceptible.

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