- A video of Mboro accusing Bushiri of being a fraud has been shared by parody Twitter account AdvoBarryRoux
- In the clip, Mboro can be heard hurling a number of insults at Bushiri
- Twitter users shared their thoughts in the comments section
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Mboro and Bushiri have been at each other's throats. The two recently went face-to-face in court after Bushiri dragged Mboro there in a bid to get him to retract certain controversial statements he made regarding Bushiri's fraud cases.
Mboro however is relentless in his mission to tarnish Bushiri's name as another clip just surfaced of him once again calling Bushiri a fraudster. In the clip that was uploaded by the parody Twitter account, AdvoBarryRoux, Mboro can also be heard saying that he is not xenophobic, clarifying that he said Bushiri should go home to Malawi to fetch the money he allegedly stole from South Africans.
In the video, a very agitated Mboro can be heard calling Bushiri a fraudster, a thief, and a liar. He also mentions meeting with the National Council of Churches to discuss his apparent xenophobia, a meeting in which he says they requested no media be present.
Twitter users who seem to be fed up with both controversial pastors, shared their thoughts in the comments section.
"Kana Mboro is the same scammer who once went to heaven and had a conversation with bra God."
"These guys are making a mockery out of Christianity."
"May the best crook win."
Briefly.co.za previously reported, Pretoria High Court Judge David Makhoba has dismissed Bushiri's case against Mboro. According to the judge, the case lacks urgency and therefore made the decision not to make any ruling in favour of any of the parties.
Bushiri dragged Mboro to court this week in hope that the Judge will rule in his favour to get Mboro to retract certain statements he made about Bushiri earlier. Mboro had allegedly made false accusations about Bushiri being a con artist. He also wanted the statements retracted from various news publications.
This after congregants from Bushiri's church came forth and claimed they had been scammed out of thousands of rands by Bushiri who is also known as "Major 1" by his loyal followers. Bushiri, however, claimed that he too fell victim to the forex scam, and has since paid back the couple who claimed he scammed them.
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