Prophet Mboro sets the record straight: "I am not arrested, I am at church"

Prophet Mboro sets the record straight: "I am not arrested, I am at church"

Pastor Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng has slammed reports that he was arrested for speeding and claimed the journalist who broke the news wants to destroy his image.

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Self-proclaimed prophet Mboro has taken to social media to set the record straight on claims that he had been arrested for speeding.

According to the Sunday World, Mboro admitted he was caught driving 131km/h on a regional road in Thaba Nchu in the Free State.

The report further stated that the pastor faced jail time and already appeared in court. However, Mboro took to social media to dub the story fake news and he added the journo had a 'mission' to destroy his image.

"The journalist is simply fulfilling his mission assignment to harm and destroy my image and reputation. This case was opened over a month ago when I was following a car that was rushing to someone who was critically ill whom I was asked to go pray for. I was never in prison. My lawyers will raise matter with his National Editor then ombudsmen," he said.

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Mboro also slammed the journalist for writing that he said his nails had healing powers.

Briefly.co.za earlier reported Mboro also rubbished claims that he grows out his nails because it has healing powers.

Mboro said that his healing powers come from the anointing of God and not his nails.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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