Resurrected Man Claimed by Two Families

Resurrected ManChris Capps writes on

A man who has allegedly come back from the dead after being murdered is being fought over by two families, each claiming him as their own son in Transkei. The man is being called Siviwe Ntwalana, a man who was murdered five years ago and also Lakitha Zokufa after another deceased son who allegedly came back from the dead. The story is too strange for fiction.

The man in dispute is currently residing at Mthatha General Hospital Mental Clinic under the name Lakitha Zokufa.

Apparently the man with two names’ testimony, when present, is not applicable in this situation, but it seems he isn’t particularly sure himself which of the families is correct. Interestingly, there is no real gain for either family financially for getting their son back, and both are convinced enough by their son’s presence that they are willing to pay for the otherwise strange man’s medical fees.

Both parties are also so convinced that they are willing to pay for DNA tests to find out who the man is truly related to, and they’re willing to match his fingerprints as well. This case is truly strange as both seem to have a convincing story leading their son back home to them. It seems this is one of the strangest cases of mistaken identity ever put forward, as both believe the man is their son and neither can explain how he is here.

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  • Lakitha Zokufa

    Calling shens on this.

  • Sawera123

    So, whos son is it?

  • rfw888

    Oh no, another zombie…..At least he's not jewish, we could have the beginnings of another religion here.

  • David

    Could've been an interesting article if it wasn't so badly written

  • Anonymous

    I am excited to see how this man deals with the swarms of people that are willing to follow him blindly to our world’s doom.

  • tonyviner

    I am excited to see how this man deals with the swarms of people that are willing to follow him blindly to our world's doom.

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