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South African pastor Paseka ”Mboro” Motsoeneng made Headlines along with renowned Prophet Bushiri after Prophet Bushiri gave to R1M gift to Pastor Mboro as part of his 50th celebrations.
According to TshisaLIVE Pastor Mboro visited the newspaper to clear the air on rumours and questioning about the R1m gift that the flamboyant Pastor received from Prophet Bushiri.
In the interview Pastor Mboro said that the R1m issue caused him so many problems and sparked much public attention, causing serious security problems under the assumption that the Pastor had R1m at his homestead.
Bushiri, donated R1m to pastor Mboro on the 6th of November, for the charity role Pastor Mboro has played in Gauteng. The two charismatic church heavyweights, have buried the hatchet and resolved their differences after publicly crucifying each other in a long lasting feud.
The pastor stated that the donation that Prophet Bushiri made to him, was as a result of the pastors philanthropic work and that Bushiri’s gift was prompted by the need to give back to the preacher. Pastor Mboro also said that Bushiri’s efforts where also to honor him for standing by him when Prophet Bushiri was under public scrutiny and criticism stating that ”I was the only prominent South African prophet who supported him”.
After the motives by the Malawian Prophet Bushiri where questionable for giving his former rival money, Pastor Mboro made it a point to explain and dispute the rumors that Bushiri handed him the money in cold hard cash.
“He is the first big prophet to publicly to say thank you for the support and helping him. Pastor Bushiri never gave me cash but he transferred R1m and the money appeared after two days. I was disputing the issue of hard cash but I’m not disputing the issue of him transferring money into my FNB account. Bushiri does not do money laundering‚” he said.
Mboro said that the two man of God had discussions about his community based initiatives to help the needy and Bushiri was appalled by the the good work Mboro and his church had done in terms of charity and they sat down as a church and set aside a R1m contribution towards it.
“That R1m was meant for someone like me who has been giving so that I can carry on with the good work that I do. The greatest thing for me was when he gave his time to come and honour me. People can send money but they don’t come but he came with his entire family and leadership to honour me,” he said.