- Prophet Mboro claimed that a white man called him "ka***r and threatened to kill him
- The incident apparently happened at a petrol station in Alberton, Gauteng, last week
- A police spokesperson confirmed that the preacher opened a case against the suspect
Prophet Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng claimed recently that a white man called him a ka***r and threatened to kill him.
In a live video posted on his Facebook page, Prophet Mboro said the incident happened at a petrol station in Alberton, Gauteng, last week.
He said a tracking company car had blocked his car so he couldn't drive out of the station. When he inquired, a white man emerged from the car and allegedly made the threats.
The Incredible Happenings Ministries leader said the man told him he wanted to "teach him a lesson" and called him “short, small, shorty.” The preacher added:
I was even called ka**ir Mboro today. He said to me, 'Look how big I am. There is nothing you can do to me. You're a black shortie, ka***r Mboro. I will beat you up and shoot and kill you.'
Prophet Mboro said he called the police and opened a case against the unnamed man. The police arrested the man on charges of intimidation and crimen injuria, Briefly.co.za gathered.
Gauteng police spokesperson Mavela Masondo confirmed that the suspect was arraigned at Alberton magistrate's court on Friday, SowetanLIVE reports. He was released on R500 bail.
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