- Controversial man of God pastor Mboro recently did an interview that was shared online
- In various snippets of the interview, Mboro answers questions about where he received money and what he used it for
- As a result of the interview, the pastor has been trending as locals reflect on the interview
Controversial church leader, Pastor Mboro recently did a candid interview with Moja Love. In various snippets of the interview shared online, Mboro can be seen uncomfortably answering a number of questions.
At one point in the interview, the interviewer questions Mboro about a million rand that he has allegedly received from another controversial church leader, self-proclaimed prophet, Shepherd Bushiri who is embroiled in a number of scandals.
As soon as the interview was aired, many South Africans wasted no time in heading online to share their thoughts and a number of jokes about the pastor. Not long thereafter #AmaBishop was trending as various tweets were made about Mboro and the interview.
Read a few of them below:
"I think Mboro is in trouble after the show. Dr Love will confront him."
"For me it's Mboro' feet, they are hanging mid-air between the floor and the seat."
"#Amabishop. But why would charity money go to Mboro and not to the actual charity that he nominates?"
"Mboro is regretting honoring the invite#AmaBishop."
"Let's not forget that Mboro once took a selfie with Jesus Christ. So we not surprised that he took 1 million from Bushiri#AmaBishop."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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 about it in the busy replies section.
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