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Prophet Paseka ‘Mboro’ Motsoeneng has been taken to court for allegedly defaulting on his bond repayment. Picture: Trevor Kunene
Prophet Paseka ‘Mboro’ Motsoeneng has been taken to court for allegedly defaulting on his bond repayment. Picture: Trevor Kunene

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The Incredible Happening Ministry founder, Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng, might soon find himself sleeping in his R2 million BMW i8 under a bridge if the court grants the bank’s wish.

Motsoeneng, popularly known as Pastor Mboro, is on the verge of having his house in Alberton in Ekurhuleni repossessed by Absa Bank which financed the deal.

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