- South African pastor Paseka Motsoeneng, popularly known as Pastor Mboro, has said in a recent interview that he dreamt the Bushiris will be released on bail
- The pastor, who doubles as a self-proclaimed prophet, said that he is willing to work at "fixing things" alongside Bushiri should he be released
- Meanwhile, Saffas shared their thoughts in the comments section
Pastor Mboro has once again made the news after saying that he dreamt about Shepard and Mary Bushiri getting released out on bail. Speaking candidly in a recent interview, the controversial pastor said that he believes the Bushiris will be released in order for them to come out to "fix things."
"In this situation, let him get out and fix whatever has to be fixed together with me, and then he will wait for the trial. In my dream, I saw him out. And in my prayers, I said 16 days he will be in jail and won't come out because there were things I was fighting for that were not agreed upon.
"Now we have agreed on building things, so I prayed for the grace of God upon Major 1 to get bail today and I believe the chances are good," said Mboro in the interview.
While it is unclear how or exactly what the pair agreed on fixing and how they will fix it, according to Mboro, he believes himself and Major 1 will embark on a journey to make things right with those who were wronged by Bushiri, according to the interview that was done by eNCA and shared online.
Meanwhile, Twitter users have weighed in on Mboro and his dream. Read a few of their comments below.
"We fighting one false prophet while giving another false prophet airtime. Crazy country."
"They will be partners very soon. Mboroshiri (Mboro & Bushiri) ministries."
Recently Briefly.co.za reported, fans, followers, and supporters of the Bushiris seem to have an unfaltering loyalty to the controversial Enlightened Christian Gathering church leaders. Coming out in numbers, the supporters have made sure to wait outside the Pretoria Magistrate Courts to be the first to hear news about their leaders.
Speaking in a recent interview, one of the supporters can be heard saying that they are 100 percent behind self-proclaimed prophet Bushiri and his wife Mary. The two were taken into custody by Hawks following allegations of fraud and money laundering.
While they have applied for bail, their hearing has been postponed three times now. This has not stopped their supporters from gathering outside the courtyard to sing struggle songs, throwing holy water, and chanting, SAnews reports.
Many of them have also taken to Twitter to show love to the church leaders eNCA reports. Meanwhile, those against Bushiri have also stood firmly on their opinion of the church leader, sharing thousands of comments online.
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