Prophet Mboro warns Mzansi not to fall for fake Facebook page

Prophet Mboro warns Mzansi not to fall for fake Facebook page

- Prophet Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng has warned Mzansi about a fake Facebook account created in his name

- The fake page is named Prophet Mboro Official and boasts 3 600 followers

- Mboro has had his hands full recently following false allegations that he went to heaven and took photos

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Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng has issued a warning to South Africans that an impostor exists.

The self-proclaimed prophet revealed that a fake Facebook account had been created in his name. gathered that the clone page is known as Prophet Mboro Official and regularly posts updates of Mboro and his church.

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Incredibly, it has already attracted 3 600 followers.

Mboro’s post read as follows: “Be aware of the new fake Facebook page created to deceive us and divide, share the message to others lets safe our society from these peoples deceit.”

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The embattled religious leader has had his hands full with false news lately as he denied claims of him having gone to heaven and seen God.

He strongly denied the claims and revealed it to be the work of a smear campaign by Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his PR team.

Mboro paid Bushiri’s church grounds a visit on Tuesday to request a public apology but was turned away.

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