The famous South African pastor who is popularly known as Pastor Mboro, was at the center of another controversy when he ordered the female members of his church to remove their underwear so as to enable him pray for God's forgiveness for them. He was spotted ordering his female members to take out their underwear and wave it in the air.
The pastor told the ladies to perform this act so that the angels can impregnate them and for them to receive blessings from the angels.
Other members of the church were shouting with excitement, his own way of preaching is something that has shocked people online.
In one of his most devastating revelation, he claimed on Facebook that he went to hell and killed the devil in 2016. He admitted that some influencial people in his country were already in hell, and he sent his prayer warriors to destroy the devil in hell.
This year, he engaged himself in another scandal when a dead child was rushed to his church in the hope that he would be able to bring him back to life.
His church members, while they continue to believe in his powers continue to pray together with him but unfortunately for them the boy didn't come to life and the miracle never materialised.
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