Mboro allegedly shot at his former guards instead of paying them

By Drum Digital
02 September 2015

A case of attempted murder has been opened at Alberton police station.

After allegedly not being paid for the fourth month in a row, Pastor Mboro’s former guards went to demand what’s due them when they were assaulted.

Talking to Daily Sun, one of the guards, Festus Collins said: “We had an agreement to be paid R5 000 every month, but since I started working for him I have been paid only once.”

The People’s Paper reported that the guards were allegedly shot at three times with a riffle by the leader of Incredible Happenings Ministries.

Festus is seen in a video with blood flowing from his head due to an injury he sustained after Mboro and one of his remaining guards allegedly assaulted him outside the yard.

Mboro denied the allegations. “The men who came to give you a story used to be my guards before and their company agency took firearms from them. I have been keeping them in my house and giving them some money by my grace and not as a salary. The beating happened because the men had issues against each other, hence they fought. But I never fought anyone at all,” he said.

Mboro believes this to a plot to prevent him from participating in the South African Men of the Year Awards.

No one has been arrested, although a case of attempted murder has been opened at Alberton police station according to Sergeant Frank Nkuna.

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