Prophet Mboro Biography
Prophet Mboro born Paseka Motsoeneng is a South African televangelist of Incredible Happenings Ministries. He is also referred to as Prophet PFP Motsoeneng.
His fame came about from various controversies he has caught himself with. These include claims that he has visited heaven and hell. Also, asking his congregation in the church to remove underwear and wave them in the air.
Prophet Mboro Age
Paseka Motsoeneng was born on 8th April 1968. Not much about his personal life is known, thus we will update information about his parents soon.
Prophet Mboro Net Worth
His net worth is unknown to the cameras but he is considered to have a ransom. He owns a flashy BMWi8 which is ranged to be around R2 million. According to rumors from fans, he owns rather huge titles including houses and cars.
Pastor Mboro Wife
He has managed to keep his family life off the limelight so much. Journalists had visited him at his home for an interview, he pleaded with them not to photograph his wife or even mention her name, as he needs to protect his family.
Prophet Mboro Cars
On 11th January 2017, Pan Africanist Congress prisoner, Kenny Motsamai, was released from jail. However, Prophet Mboro, stole the whole show after he arrived in a flashy BMW i8 outside a Boksburg correctional facility. The flashy black sports car is ranged at R2 million.
This caused the EFF crowd to gasp and pose for photos in front of it. Although we know of one of the cars, the rest are not verified.
Prophet Mboro in Heaven
He claimed on Facebook that he went to heaven and killed satan but after receiving negative feedback he deleted it.
“When I got to hell, there was a queue of millions of people waiting to be braided 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.”
In 2016 Prophet Mboro claimed that he was overcome by the spirit on Easter Sunday when he went to heaven and took pictures on his Samsung Galaxy Smartphone. He claimed that he sold the heavenly pictures for R5 000 each. Additionally, he claimed that he had access to the Pearly Gates and could get people in at a heavenly cost. He was charging members of his congregation R10 000.
Prophet Mboro Underwears
On 14 May 2018, during a service in his church, he asked his congregants to take off their underwear. After removing them, the congregants were supposed to wave them in the air. On youtube, a video is shown of the action taking place.
Waving their underwear on air would attract angels. On the other hand, congregants were also supposed to hold their private parts. It was so that Angels would impregnate and bless them. Surprisingly, after Prophet Mboro asked if the crowd did not like it, the crowd shouted they love it. They then prayed under the instructions.
Prophet Mboro Nails
Acclaims have been made that Mboro’s powers come from his nails. He was so quick and angry to answer the crowd. Also, he said reports that claimed his long nails were the source of his healing power were false and misleading. He said that
“Yes, my nails grow fast because that runs in my family. I often cut my nails,” “Being in the ministry for 37 years my power doesn’t come from my nails. My power comes from God because I’m gifted,”.
Prophet Mboro Biscuits
In 2011 a 17 year-old-girl went to the pastor for healing – and he claimed that her belly was swelling because a sorcerer had cast a spell on her. He pumped his fingers into her vagina while ordering her to call him Mboro.
Another woman was called to the stage who explained that she suffered from dyspareunia – pain during sexual intercourse. Mboro claimed that something was breathing in her biscuit and it felt like a heartbeat. He sprang holy water on his hand he rubbed her genitals and then told her to tell him that “she would discharge her conjugal rights”.
Sonke Gender Justice laid a complaint against the pastor for sexual assault in June of that year – and he was arrested.
“The CGE rejected the complaint on August 2011 and the SAHRC acknowledged receipt of our complaint. The CGE rejected the complaint on the basis that “the CGE respects people’s religious beliefs as they are protected by the Constitution, with the understanding that those people exercised their choice to go to Pastor Motsoeneng’s church voluntarily”,” Sonke said.
Prophet Mboro Arrested
At first, the Sonke Gender Justice laid complains about him but they were discharged. He was accused of sexual assault readings. This was canceled after the fact that SAHRC acknowledges people’s religious beliefs as they are protected by the constitution.
In 2011, Motsesang was arrested in a shopping mall with some of his members carrying firearms. However, Judge Makhoba ordered his release with a payment of R100k to him from the police. This was for unlawful arresting.
Pastor Mboro Contact Details
Physical Address: Wadeville, Germiston, South Africa
Pastor Mboro Church
Incredible Happenings Ministry is a prophetic ministry founded by Prophet PFP Motsoeneng. It is located in the east rand of Johannesburg, in Germiston near Katlehong.
Prophet Mboro Facebook Times
Prophet Mboro claims hitmen are out to get him and blames a businessman
Prophet Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng has claimed that a local businessman has hired hitmen to kill him. The leader of the Incredible Happenings Church made the claim yesterday, Daily Sun reports.
He pointed an accusing finger at Jabu Dladla, the owner of Zamokuhle Funeral Services. He claimed Dladla paid the hitmen, but they reportedly refused to go ahead with the plan because “they can’t kill a prophet who has helped many people.”
Mboro claimed his dispute with Dladla began when he spoke out against Dladla’s funeral parlor for mishandling the bodies of his deceased followers.
Dladla’s business suffered as a result, causing him to want to kill Mboro, the prophet claimed. He repeated these claims in a Facebook video yesterday.
Mboro even asked his followers to donate R150 each for his protection:
I encourage every one of us to contribute as little as R150 for his protection. If you believe that you can do it and the next person believes too then we can make it. We can protect our father.
However, Dladla has denied Mboro’s allegations:
I don’t know about anything he is accusing me of. My business is doing well and it always has. I certainly don’t have time to pay attention to what people are saying, especially Mboro. He is lying. He could only be driven by jealousy.