Prophet Mboro on the Spot For Asking Congregation To Wave Their Panties To Attract Angels

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    A South African Prophet is on the spot after he asked his congregants to remove their underwear and wave them in the air during a service at his church.

    According to the Zambian Observer, Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng popularly known as Prophet Mboro is the subject of discussions on social media after he told his congregants to remove their underwear in order to “attract Angels from heaven.”

     Captured on tape, Mboro told them to wave the underwear high and hold their private parts “so that angels can impregnate and bless them.”

    The crowd followed his word to the latter and the panning footage showed a colour of rainbow as the underwears danced in the air, dotting the room as the excited church goers ululated in joy.

    In 2016 the Prophet stirred controversy after he claimed on Facebook that he went to hell and killed the devil. Mboro wrote that he saw “some prominent South African politicians” in hell but the devil panicked when he saw him and sent his army to kill him!

    “When I got to hell, there was a queue of millions of people waiting to be braaied by Satan. I even saw some prominent South African politicians.I was so shocked because they lived like angels here on earth. I thought they went to heaven.When Satan saw me, he panicked and directed his army to kill me. Like Samson in the Bible, I defeated them. Satan was my last victim.”

    Early this year he was at it again after a baby died at his Incredible Happenings Church. He told Times Live that the baby’s mother had taken the child to a private doctor at Daveyton clinic but was allegedly turned away.

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