Prophet Mboro helps rebuild homes razed down by Alexandra fire

Prophet Mboro helps rebuild homes razed down by Alexandra fire

- Prophet Mboro reached out to help families who lost their homes in the recent Alexandra fire

- He personally performed menial tasks as part of the rebuilding process

- The preacher also prayed for some of the affected families

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Prophet Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng, the leader of Incredible Happenings Ministries, has helped out families who lost their homes in the recent Alexandra fire.

The preacher visited the Johannesburg township on Sunday and personally performed menial tasks to help rebuild some of the homes, IOL reports.

His efforts focused on child-headed families as well as the elderly. Photos posted on his Facebook page showed him helping out with the rebuilding tasks.

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In an interview, Prophet Mboro said:

I spoke to the community leader. The community leader identified three families which desperately needed help. Now I have returned to Alexandra so that I can personally help in building these shacks.

Members of his church accompanied him and also helped out, Briefly.co.za learned. They also prayed for the affected families.

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More than 500 families lost their homes when a massive fire razed down at least 500 shacks in Alexandra township.

As Briefly.co.za reported earlier, South Africans from all walks of life pulled together to help out the affected families.

Political parties, such as the African National Congress and Economic Freedom Fighters, also appealed to well-wishers to step in.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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