Nigeria disaster: Mboro to donate funds to victims and family members

By Drum Digital
09 October 2014

Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng believes other pastors should also assist the victims and family members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations tragedy.

Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng believes other pastors should also assist the victims and family members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations tragedy. Mboro, popularly known as Prophet PFP Motsoeneng or Prophet Mboro, the founding pastor of the Incredible Happenings Ministry in Katlehong, on the East Rand says he will contribute R800 000 towards the families and victims of the Lagos building collapse, where 115 worshipers –over 80 of whom were South Africans.

YOUR THOUGHTS ON PEOPLE WHO GO FOR PRAYERS IN NIGERIA?

People go wherever they want to go. I have people who come from Lesotho and other parts of the world. We shouldn’t criticize people for going where they feel happy.

WHAT ABOUT THE VICTIMS IN NIGERIA

Churches make a lot of money and pastors should join hands and contribute R50 000 each to give to the families of those who died. Those people died when they had gone to listen to the word of the Lord and their kids may hate God. We must help them to have a normal life.

WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON PASTOR LESEGO OF RABBONI MINISTRIES, WHO FEED HIS CONGREGATION GRASS AND ENCOURAGES THEM TO DRINK PETROL?

He lives in his own world. Just a little under a year ago pastor Lesego of Rabboni Ministries was unknown. “The bible says in the book of Daniel “o tla ja jwang jwale ka phoofolo” (You will eat grass like an animal). Those people are hypnotized.

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