Mboro goes to heaven: South Africa’s infamous prophet posts a dubious picture

Mboro goes to heaven: South Africa’s infamous prophet posts a dubious picture

-Prophet Mboro has been implicated in many disturbing activities that he claims were in the best interests of ‘healing’ his congregation

-His most recent claim includes a photograph of him ascending to heaven

-He further claims that Maria Magdalena is working through him

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Prophet Mboro has been the centre of much religious controversy in South Africa recently. The preacher has been labelled everything including a ‘false prophet’.

As far back as 2011, he was fingered in many serious sexual harassment cases. He ‘healed’ congregants through various invasive and explicit carnal acts.

Briefly.co.za learned that many of these acts were censored by the television station that airs his evangelizations.

Last year, he dominated the headlines yet again as a child died in his church. The mother brought the child to Mboro in the hope of healing him, but unfortunately it was too late. An ambulance was called by one of the congregants, but to no avail.

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His latest attempt to gain religious traction included the pastor posting a photograph of himself going to heaven. The photograph was noticeably doctored but the prophet claims it was taken by the Angel Gabriel.

He claimed to have visited heaven and received messages for many prominent earthly figures and promises to post them on his facebook page soon.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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