- A clip of an unknown Ghanian man warning Pastor Mboro to leave Shepherd Bushiri alone has surfaced online
- In the clip, the man "prophesied" that Mboro may die in a car accident if he does not leave Bushiri alone
- Meanwhile, internet users headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the concerning clip
A concerning and eyebrow-raising clip has been shared online by a Twitter user, @Inno_mwanjasi. In the clip, which seems to have originated on a Ghanaian television show, a Ghanaian man who is being interviewed, presumably a prophet, speaks a warning to controversial South African, Pastor Mboro.
"My eyes are open. My spirit is in South Africa. There is a prophet called Mboro, listen to me, there is a prophet called Mboro. Mboro listen to me, either you leave Prophet Bushiri alone, or you die through car accident."
Meanwhile South Africans and nationals from other countries did not know what to make of the clip. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts, some of which you can read below.
"Feels like the battle of self-proclaimed prophets now."
"He's just confirming witchcraft disguised as Christian religion."
"Lol! Mboro is in trouble, if we are to believe any of this nonsense."
"Mxm, you know this rubbish annoys the hell out of me - Sies."
"WOW, it’s getting hectic in the scammerverse."
Mboro and Bushiri are finding themselves in the news now more than ever. Briefly.co.za recently reported that 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."
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 conducted by eNCA and shared online.
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