Prophet Mboro-Feta Paseka Motsoeneng attending the court hearing of the Dros case today. The founder of The Hope That Changes Lives said he had come in support of the victim and to represent the church.
Prophet Mboro Motsoeneng attended the Pretoria court hearing of the Dros case to show his solidarity with the victim.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier today that the accused mentally capable of standing trial despite a history of mental illness and suicide.
Motsoeneng, who had attended the previous hearings, was questioned what he had thought of the ruling. The pastor responded, saying:
" I am happy that justice has prevailed because the man is not insane. He was conscious in whatever he was doing."
The prophet explained that he had come in support of the victim and her family, saying that it was something the church participated in often:
" I am here because the Bible says; 'we shall defend the weak, the poorest, the orphans'. I am here on behalf of the churches of the country. We intend to show our support for any victims of abuse. It's sad that our children are not safe, It's sad that our women are not safe. "
Mboro said that the abuse epidemic has gotten out of hand and said that men especially should rise to the occasion and put an end to it:
"Men must stand because this affects the image of man. Men are created in the image of God, not to represent all this. This is Anti-God, this is anti-man, this is anti-humanity."
The suspect is due to appear before the High Court in early March to stand trial.
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