Doom has been formulated to kill specific insects which are detailed on the cans, and the packaging has very clear warnings which must be adhered to, but in the modern world christianity, it has turned to be a healing substance by the Prophets.
A South African Prophet known as Lethebo Rabalago, the leader and founder of Mount Zion General Assembly in the Limpopo province on Monday came into lime light again as he has been seen spraying the insecticide directly into the eyes and various body parts of his congregants saying that God has told him it can heal all sorts of diseases.
The 24-year-old Pastor was photographed spraying Doom on his Church members during a service and a prayer meeting for healing at the weekend‚ causing an outcry on social media platforms.
Commenting on the issue, the Pastor said with God everything is possible and whatever is on this earth belongs to God.
“We are glorifying God. We want God to be seen. We are saying, with God anything is possible. If you believe in him you will be healed with anything since they all belong to God”, said Lethebo.
The company that makes the product, Tiger Brands says it finds the practice alarming and they are to stop anyone using it on other purposes apart from that they have directed the users to do so.
“We want to make very clear that it is unsafe to spray Doom or any aerosol onto people’s faces,” the company said in a statement.
On the cans of the Doom, the company cautions users not to spray in the presence of persons, food or even inhaling it since it can cause irritation of the skin, eyes, mucous membranes and skin sensitization.
South Africa has been rocked with controversial miracles where people are fed snakes, petrol, cars driven on their backs and some have died due to these so called miracles.