- Prophet Mboro Motsoeneng confirmed he would be unveiling a new programme to assist religious leaders in financial need
- The "Church mandate" was initiated by Mboro after he was inundated with requests from fellow pastors, prophets and bishops.
- Mboro slammed false prophets and also vowed that the programme will restore the reputation of the church
The coronavirus pandemic and nationwide lockdown have hit South Africans businesses in a big way.
Due to the enforced restrictions, many employers have been unable to operate and earn an income.
Churches have been forced closed as well and many religious leaders are feeling the pinch.
Prophet Mboro Motsoeneng recently revealed that he's been receiving photos shared by pastors of their empty fridges and begging for financial assistance.
Due to the dire circumstances, Mboro had an epiphany and announced the launch of his new programme to aid pastors, prophets and bishops.
Via his Facebook page, Mboro explained that his "Church mandate" will put religious leaders on the right path and guide them to being financially successful.
Mboro also slammed the fake pastors who have brought the church's name into disrepute and promised that his programme would repair some of the damage.
Briefly.co.za gauged the reaction to the news.
Maditaba Mahlatsi said,
"Amen Ntate I'll be listening and watching."
Benmnisi Mhlabaa added,
"Amen my spiritual father."
Meshack Motsepe shared a cheeky response:
"Why not you sacrifice your BMW i8, trust me you will be more blessed."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that in a video posted online, Prophet Mboro addressed the coronavirus fears.
The infamous pastor said that God revealed to him in 2019 that there would be an outbreak this year.
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