The Resurrection Pastor Mboro Switches Shocked His Believers by Performing Unorthodox Miracles on Two Women

Posted October 3, 2019 by williamnassery

Resurrection pastor, Mboro’ Motsoeneng, put his fingers into vaginas of two female congregants, shocking the entire community for using such unorthodox methods.


Katlehong, South Africa (1st October 2019) - Mainly known for his flashy sports cars and TV shows, resurrection pastor Mboro showed another example of unorthodox performance in one of his Sunday prayers. He is the well-known leader of Incredible Happenings Church, which was also into a limelight once for being established using illegal manners.

However, his stunt few years back shocked the entire Christian community when he called upon two women on stage and put his fingers on their vaginas in order to release their souls from demon possession. This stunt went too far, which forced him to get into some harsh consequences from believers.

The Sunday newspaper on April 30th stated that fake pastor Mboro performed one shocking service to a 17 year old teenager, when she complaint of stomach ache and swelling. Mboro sat on her lap and started chanting prayers, which forced the girl to faint. After sometime, he asked her to spread her legs and put his fingers in her vagina, starting that he is trying to get the demons out of her.

If that wasn’t enough, he called another woman from the audience who complaint of feeling pain during sex, and performed the same method on her as well. According to the newspaper, this method of fake prophet Mboro “resembled like a porn movie.” As per the local newspaper, Mboro routinely performed such controlled and carefully staged performances on his TV shows. According to Constable Mega Ndobe, “I cannot just comment on the issue. We haven’t received any complaint so far but will surely take action, if any.”

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Last Updated October 3, 2019