Prophet Mboro born Paseka Motsoeneng is a South African televangelist of Incredible Happenings Ministries. He was born on 8th April 1968 in South Africa and is also referred to as Prophet PFP Motsoeneng.
He claimed that he went to heaven and killed satan but after receiving much negative feedback he had the post deleted.
“When I got to hell, there was a queue of millions of people waiting to be braied by Satan. I even saw some prominent South African politicians. I was so shocked because they lived like angels here on earth.
I thought they went to heaven.When Satan saw me, he panicked and directed his army to kill me.
Like Samson in the Bible, I defeated them. Satan was my last victim.”
Prophet Mboro Age
He was born on the 8th of April 1968 in South Africa. As of 2019, he is 51 years old.
Pastor Mboro Wife
He has kept his family so private that when journalists made a visit to his home for an interview, he pleaded with them not to take any photograph of his wife or even mention her name, as he needs to protect his family.
Prophet Mboro Net Worth
Details about his net worth will be updated very soon.
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Pastor Mboro Contact Details
Physical Address: Wadeville, Germiston, South Africa
Email: [email protected]
Pastor Mboro Church
Incredible Happenings Ministry is a prophetic ministry founded by Prophet PFP Motsoeneng. The church is located in the east of Johannesburg, in Germiston near Katlehong.
Pastor Mboro News
Controversial Pastor Paseka ‘Mboro’ Motsoeneng has hit back at his critics saying there is nothing wrong with being successful and a man of God.
Motsoeneng has been criticised for unduly profiting from his own ministry when he went to call out pastor Alph Lukau this week.
A video has been widely shared of Lukau resurrecting a man in a coffin.
Mboro has laid a criminal complaint against Lukau for lying and performing fake miracles.
He said he’s a man who has worked hard for his money: “I’ve got businesses and church. I built 22 houses and I am about to donate the 23rd house. We have rebuilt hostels, schools and handed out bursaries.”