"I want President Jacob Zuma to intervene" - Mboro

By Pheto Ramakobya
03 December 2015

The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities launched an investigative study into the commercialisation of religion.

Pastor Mboro was among the pastors called forward to present their annual financial statements to the council on Wednesday.

According to Daily Sun, the Incredible Happenings Ministries pastor was two hours late accompanied by about 40 followers and spent a few minutes in the building before leaving.

Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva, Chairwoman of the Commission, is reported to have said Mboro would be charged for excusing himself without permission.

“This is not a court. She is not a magistrate and she is not a judge. I want President Jacob Zuma to intervene,” Mboro said to his supporters

After walking out, he told his followers: “The Chairwoman of the Commission is usually a brave person, but today she was shaking with fear because of you, my followers.”

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