Evangelist warns of fake requests

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Johannesburg - Evangelist Angus Buchan warned followers about fraudsters purportedly raising money for him through fake Facebook and Twitter accounts, Beeld reported on Saturday.

Buchan said he discovered fake accounts set up in his name on Twitter and Facebook, from which appeals for money were sent.

He assured supporters of his Shalom Ministries that he would never ask for money this way, and asked them to spread the message that these accounts were not really his. - Sapa

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