Nobody can say I didn't go to heaven - South African prophet Mboro

Nobody can say I didn't go to heaven - South African prophet Mboro

On Thursday, Pastor Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng spoke to reporters outside the Alleluia Ministries' church about miracles and fake prophets. The controversial prophet reiterated the fact that he went to heaven.

Earlier, the pastor tried to criticise his colleague for claiming to raise a dead man. But he was lambasted for throwing stones while living in a glass house. Hence, Mboro is no stranger to controversies himself.

Journalists asked Mboro about his own questionable miracles and a video posted on Twitter by the Daily Sun showed his response.

Mboro spoke about his claims that he killed the devil and false reports that he said Jesus was dating a Xhosa woman.

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However, at the very start of the clip, the controversial man reiterated that he went to heaven and that no one could prove otherwise.

"Even if I can say I went to heaven, nobody can say I didn't go to heaven, because nobody knows heaven," he said.

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However, it was gathered some social media users pointed out he forgot the part where he claimed he had taken photos of heaven.

Twitter users added Mboro had contradicted himself when he claimed he went to heaven, but, then added "nobody" knows heaven.

Social media user @Mlungisi06 commented: "So, in short, he admits that he was lying about the going heaven thing."

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Recently, the same pastor took to calming the crowd that stirred up after another wealthy pastor Shepherd Bushiri and his wife were convicted and arrested for the suspected crime of fraud. ( -> We keep evolving to serve our readers better.

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