Prophet Mboro donates R100,000 to campaign against women abuse

Prophet Mboro donates R100,000 to campaign against women abuse

- Prophet Mboro donated R100,000 to the campaign against women and children abuse

- He made the donation at a dialogue session hosted by #NotInMyNameSA

- Other religious leaders and sangomas attended the event

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Prophet Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng has donated R100,000 to the nonprofit organisation #NotInMyNameSA to help fight against women and children abuse.

The Incredible Happenings Ministry leader made the donation on Tuesday at a dialogue session #NotInMyNameSA organised, Daily Sun reports. It was held in Alberton, Gauteng.

Several other religious and traditional leaders as well as sangomas took part in the event, Briefly.co.za gathered.

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Participants called for an end to the rape and killing of women. Prophet Mboro said:

Churches are being used by the devil to destroy Christianity. We need to deal with the spirit of rape.

#NotInMyNameSA's general secretary, Themba Masango, thanked the self-styled prophet for his generous donation.

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He condemned religious leaders who are alleged to have abused women. Some participants referenced pastor Timothy Omotoso, who is currently facing such charges.

Former chief operating officer at SABC, Hlaudi Motsoeneng, was also in attendance. According to News24, he claimed in his address that he will one day be president of South Africa.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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