On Monday, Paseka 'Mboro' Motsoeneng celebrated his 51st birthday and Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at the religious leader's life and career.
Taking to its Facebook page, ProphetMboro Times on Monday morning, the church wished the controversial self-proclaimed a pastor a happy birthday.
The post read:
"Today is a blessed day, an incredible day. It mark's the 51st Birthday of his highness, Ntate Mboro.
"Happy birthday. May the Lord almighty bless you with another 100 years so you can keep healing and giving to the people of Mzansi. You are truly a messenger of God. May the almighty bless your heart, you're are indeed the Prophet of the People. HappyBorn Day Ntate #Mboro51."
In honour of his birthday, Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at the "Prophet of the People", as his congregation has dubbed him.
According to www.whohowwhen.com, Mboro was born on 8 April, 1968 in Katlehong, Gauteng. Not much has been revealed about Mboro's background but it is believed he grew up poor, taking into consideration his birthplace is a township 35 kilometres east of Joburg.
Despite his humble beginnings, Mboro went on to found the Incredible Happenings Ministry and he quickly became one of the most famous pastors in South Africa - however, not always for the right reasons.
Mboro has been the centre of several controversies, one of the most famous being his alleged trip to heaven.
Despite all the backlash he received from non-believers over the years, Mboro managed to build himself a religious empire - and his bank account is a testament of his success.
It is not exactly known how much the religious leader is worth, but by the looks of his flashy lifestyle, Mboro is certainly living comfortably.
Briefly.co.za previously reported Mboro's lavish lifestyle includes a BMW which is worth an estimated R2 million.
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