Burial of Pastor Baruti: the last tributes of the faithful and the nation

Burial of Pastor Baruti: the last tributes of the faithful and the nation
Burial of Pastor Baruti: the last tributes of the faithful and the nation

Pastor Leonard Baruti Kasongo, founder of the Baruti Tabernacle Church, was buried Sunday June 23 in Kinshasa.

His funeral took place at the Tata Raphael stadium in front of a crowd of faithful and the grieving family of the deceased.

The presidential couple also took part and paid tribute to the memory of this emblematic figure of the so-called revival churches in the DRC.

Pastor Baruti died on June 1 in Montreal, Canada, at the age of 77, following illness, according to sources from his church. He ministered for nearly 50 years, including 34 years as “pastor of the end-time message of Prophet William Marrion Branham” in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

This man of the Church had already prepared the faithful of “Baruti Tabernacle” for his succession through his son Carlos at the head of this church. This is what he indicated in a video widely shared on social networks and consulted Monday June 3 evening by Radio Okapi.

In front of the faithful gathered in his temple in Rhigini, Pastor Leonard Baruti spoke clearly about succession:

“A question was asked to me yesterday: ‘If you die, who will take over?’ I said: ‘But I have a son! His name is Carlos.”

He then questioned the audience: “Who appreciates his preaching? He (Carlos) preaches very well (…) If you want to get angry, get angry”; before hammering: “Carlos is like another me here. I won’t change anything! »

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