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Pastor Mboro takes credit for Zim/SA rains

by Staff Reporter
22 Nov 2019 at 17:02hrs | Views
Controversial South African clergyman Paseka Motsoeneng popularly known as Pastor Mboro has claimed credit for the rains recorded in Zimbabwe and South Africa which he attributed to his  intercessions neighbouring countries.

The pastor, who visited Zimbabwe at the beginning of November, said he acted after reading that the people were suffering from the effects of drought.

"I was reading news articles on the internet about the drought in Zimbabwe, and the elephants dying due to the drought. Here in South Africa, there was massive talk about water shortage and water shortage was in the news. There was going to be an urgent council meeting in Ekurhuleni about water scarcity and in Hammanskraal there has been news about water shortage," Mboro said in an interview with the African News Agency (ANA).

"I was sent as the voice that would bring solutions from God to this country and our neighbours. I sent a message to Ekurhuleni Mayor [Mzwandile Masina] telling him not to worry because I was prophesying rain for the next seven weeks. I also got calls for intervention from Maluti-a-Phofung's new Mayor [Masechaba Mosia Lakaje] and Pastor Tebogo Mofokeng [of the Mountain Deliverance Prophetic Ministries in Qwa Qwa] as rivers were dry."

Mboro said in Zimbabwe's capital of Harare, he was initially avoided by the people who had a change of heart after his rain crusades.

Source - Byo24News