Alleluia Ministries cameraman goes ‘into hiding’ after being confused with Brighton Moyo


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Alleluia Ministries International’s resident cameraman has had to go into hiding due to receiving a barrage of threats after incorrectly being identified on social media as the man in the coffin, which The Citizen reported on this week.

The man in the coffin has since been identified as Brighton Moyo, a timber worker from Pretoria. The Citizen is in possession of the name of Alleluia Ministries International’s resident cameraman and has confirmed that he is not the same man who appeared in the coffin.

The initial erroneous comparison between the two men was made by various social media users, who believed the men looked so similar that they had to be one and the same person.-citizen


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