South African Prophet, Pastor Mboro has come to be subject of discussions following his tendency to ask his church members to remove their underwear and pray for them. Mboro was spotted asking his congregants to remove their underwear and wave them in the air during a service at his church.
He urged ladies to wave their underwear high and hold their private parts to allow the angels impregnate and bless them. The crowd followed his word to the latter as the excited church members ululated in joy. His unique prayer style seems not to have ended as he grows followers each day.
In 2016 the Prophet elicited an online controversy after claiming on Facebook that he went to hell and killed the devil. According to him, some prominent South African politicians were already in hell but the devil panicked upon seeing him and sent his army to kill him.
At the start of this year, he was on spot again after a baby died at his Incredible Happenings Church. Currently, his church members still believe in his outrageous miracles. Below is a video link showing the prophet's past event and the photos.
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