Pastor Mboro looks to be trying to take on Pastor Lukau as he was filmed outside Lukau's Alleluia Ministries praying loudly and asking God to forgive fake pastors. Mboro reportedly wants to know what drove Lukau to claim to raise people from the dead.
It looks like it's Pastor Mboro vs. Pastor Alph Lukau. From his behaviour, it looks like Mboro is doing all he can to expose Lukau as a fake pastor.
Mboro claims Lukau is besmirching the name of Christianity for media attention. However, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that many South Africans feel Mboro did the same thing not so long ago when he claimed to have been to heaven.
In his latest attempt to take on Lukau, Mboro fell to his knees outside Lukau's Alleluia Ministries in Johannesburg, praying to God to 'forgive fake pastors'.
According to a report by The South African, Mboro had members of the South African Funeral Practitioners Association with him.
He apparently went to Lukau's church to find out why he went as far as claiming to resurrect people.
Pastor Lukau must actually explain himself to me and the church because I am a prophet in this country and I cannot allow people being fooled in the name of God.
He needs to come clean, apologise and be converted by accepting Christ. He cost that funeral parlour money, he damaged their reputation, this is not the role of the church.
Onlookers couldn't help but notice the shiny car with which Mboro arrived at the church, feeling it was bought with money from people who are taken for fools by him.
Other people took to social media to say that Mboro was just jealous that Lukau had the country's attention:
@Ayola_M - This one loves the spotlight. He just couldn’t cope with Alph being the centre of our attention
@Mokgalapa_619 - drama ya mboro when he sees cameras. Ke starring
@Trixx_Ray - Mboro o rata attention yeses.
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