Rumours of bishop’s affair end in legal action against congregants

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“It initially started as a business affair before developing into romance,” alleged the source, who claimed that Motolo was two months pregnant. Picture: iStock
“It initially started as a business affair before developing into romance,” alleged the source, who claimed that Motolo was two months pregnant. Picture: iStock

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When rumours of an extramarital affair between African Apostolic Church leader Bishop David Ramela and author Carol Motolo surfaced in church two months ago, Motolo took legal steps against members who were spreading the reports.

But several church members who spoke to City Press on condition of anonymity this week claim that Motolo is expecting Ramela’s child.

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