- Zimbabwean news outlets reported Brighton Elliot Moyo died for a second time in South Africa
- Elliot reportedly had stomach complications which led to his real death according to his family
- He was laid to rest on Saturday, but not everyone believes the man passed on after his initial dramatic 'resurrection'
A Zimbabwean man whose story grabbed global attention after he was allegedly brought back to life by South African pastor, Alph Lukau, has 'officially died'.
Legit.ng gathered that the man, identified as Brighton Elliot Moyo, died in South Africa where he was working and was silently buried at his home in Zimbabwe on Saturday, April 6.
A number of Zimbabwean news outlets on Monday reported that brother Elliot had indeed passed on for a second time and that this time it is official.
According to the reports by Zimbabwe's The Citizen, iHarare.com and several other news channels, Elliot's family members disclosed he died of stomach complications.
The news about Elliot's second demise was, however, met with mixed reactions from thousands of social media users.
Some found it hard to believe the man was dead for real and that Pastor Lukau was not plotting to stage another miracle like the one witnessed in February 2019.
Others wondered why Pastor Lukau had not yet sent his condolence message, further raising more doubts on whether the man died as alleged.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Africans on social media started a new trend called the Dead Man Challenge to mock controversial pastor, Alph Lukau, who claimed to resurrect a man from the dead.
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