Bizarre moment pastor kisses a woman to ‘expel demons’ during a sermon in Zimbabwe

It appears that this Zimbabwean pastor decided to switch his career in favor of the dark arts. The minister performed a rather odd exorcism ritual during the sermon by kissing a young woman to ‘rid her body of demons’. While we haven’t received any confirmation that the evil spirits have been gotten rid of, we’re quite certain that this is not exactly ‘canon’. The whole incident sparked mass outrage on social media with some users asking to ‘arrest this pervert’ and others asking if he ‘does the same to his male congregates?’
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