Mboro reacts to Lukau's 'miracles': "There's no need to fake things"

Mboro reacts to Lukau's 'miracles': "There's no need to fake things"

Self-proclaimed 'Prophet' Mboro has taken to social media to throw shade at Pastor Alph Lukau after his 'miracles' were exposed.

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Pastor Mboro has successfully managed to insert himself into Pastor Alph Lukau's situation. If he's not visiting the resurrection pastor's church to confront him, Mboro takes to social media to throw shade at him.

In a video that is nearly eight minutes long, Mboro starts off by talking about the news of Lukau's "miracles" before slamming pastors who fake miracles.

"Pastor, if your church is not growing, there is no need for you to fake things and lie and fake miracles. There's no need," he said, adding: "We will not allow people to fake miracles in the name of God."

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Mboro then went on to call on the church council and Department of Health to take action against religious leaders who fake miracles and mislead people.

Mboro's live video followed news breaking about several people who came forward to expose Pastor Lukau's so-called miracles.

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Briefly.co.za reported earlier that one of the people was a woman who claimed Lukau tricked her into lying to his congregation about her HIV status.

According to the woman, he wanted her to lie about being HIV-positive so that he could 'heal' her in an attempt to attract people to his church.

Another report claimed the resurrection pastor allegedly paid people R3500 to act disabled.

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Take a look at Mboro's video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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