- Prophet Mboro is in court with legal woes
- The ministry leader allegedly owes R11 million in unpaid rent
- He is fighting the claim and calling it a scam
Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng says that there is a scam to close down his church. He was speaking outside court in Johannesburg yesterday, after a case to recover millions in unpaid rent from his church was postponed.
The self-proclaimed prophet says that he will continue his work in ministry despite these attempts to silence him. Mboro's Incredible Happenings Church was evicted from the building they leased from Metcash Trading in Germiston.
However, according to his lawyer, Metcash sold shares to Mboro but the sale was not registered. He said that the signed agreement was therefore fraudulent.
Metcash, however, claims that the ministry leader owes them R11 million.
Mboro said that despite his legal woes, he would continue to save and change people's lives through his ministry. He described the court case as the work of "evil forces" that are trying to shut the church down.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Pastor Mboro appeared in court to support his "brother", the scandalous Shepherd Bushiri. The leader of the Incredible Happenings Ministries said that his commitment is first and foremost to God, and God wants him to pray for both the saints and the sinners alike. He showed his support to Bushiri by attending Bushiri’s appearance at the Commercial Crimes Court. The pair even greeted supporters together outside the court.
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