Pastor Mboro vs witchcraft: Controversial prophet vows to fight evil

Pastor Mboro vs witchcraft: Controversial prophet vows to fight evil

- Prophet Paseka ‘Mboro’ Motsoeneng has vowed to take up arms against the "black magic" causing havoc in people's lives

- The controversial prophet said he got the revelation from God and has made it his top priority

- Mboro said since embarking on his mission against witchcraft, many have come to him with problems western medicines can't fix.

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If he is not taking action against so-called "false prophets", pastor Mboro has made it his mission to fight witchcraft.

Speaking to Tshisa LIVE, Mboro explained he is living out his recent revelation from God to help free Christians from "black magic".

"Believe it or not, witches and wizards are real and people are suffering because of them. I am going to end their reign of terror," he said.

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The controversial pastor added people, particularly black people, are suffering and he plans on ending the evil's reign of terror.

"We are going to show people that the power of God exists and is able to diminish all other powers like that of witches," Mboro said.

Mboro sais since announcing his intentions, many people have come to him with problems that western medicines can't fix.

The Incredible Happenings Ministries leader added he is aware that he needs to handle the matter with caution to not elicit a violent reaction.

"I know I need to be careful because as far as the law goes, witchcraft is a hard one to pin down. So I won't point anyone out, however, what will happen is people will confess and expose themselves then we will free their victims," he said.

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