Two Sunday World journalists reported on Sunday that they saw a church leader, and self-styled prophet, Paseka Motsoeneng, insert his fingers into the vaginas of two female congregants as part of a ritual he performed to expel the demons that had allegedly possessed their “biscuits”. The pastor also has a television show on Soweto TV on DSTV channel 150.
It is your typical too-good-to-be-true miracle healing story, and Paseka Motsoeneng of Incredible Happenings Ministry, is more than likely going to find himself at the mercy of indecent assault charges too.
Citing an episode shown on Soweto TV of a teenager who claims to have “given birth to stones” after allegedly being helped by the man nicknamed Mboro, the Sunday World journalists, whom themselves witnessed the ceremony, claim he is a fake.
The teenager appeared on the show a few weeks later allegedly showing the stones she had given birth to. The journalists of course noted that during the actual ritual no stones were actually born.
This according to Sunday World:
As he was busy with his “healing process”, Motsoeneng ordered her to call him by his nickname, Mboro.
“Say Mboro,” he ordered her. “Mboro” she said, with a stifled cry. He was interrupted by a female congregant who brought him a glassful of what looked like ice-cream, which she spoon fed him. He was still sitting on the woman’s lap.
While eating, Motsoeneng again ordered the teenager to call his name, which she did. He then invited a woman he said was a “medical doctor” and whom he called Zozo to examine the teen.
“This is a qualified doctor who will tell us what the problem is with this woman,” he said. By this time a group of female congregants had draped her lower body with what looked like a towel and surrounded her to prevent voyeuristic people from seeing her private parts.
“Dr” Zozo then inserted what she said was pregnancy test apparatus into the girl’s vagina, with Motsoeneng looking on. “The pregnancy tests came out positive. She is pregnant. I could also feel the limbs of the foetus,” Zozo announced.
As Zozo was leaving the scene, Motsoeneng screamed: “Zozo, she is bleeding and her tummy has subsided.” Zozo went back to inspect her before she rushed outside. She then came back wearing gloves and holding a pregnancy test kit. She inserted them into the teen’s vagina and took them out. She announced: “Now the kit shows neither positive nor negative results.”
Motsoeneng chimed in: “It is because she was sleeping with an animal.” Motsoeneng then asked the teenager if she was sleeping around with men. “Did you donate your biscuit to men?” he asked her. “No” she replied.
He then said: “Haai, I want to ask all men in here to stop eating biscuit. Do you hear me? You must not eat biscuit anymore,” to which the visibly disgusted men did not respond.
Mboro was also recently shown on his show enabling a wheelchair-bound person to stand up and walk, which has subsequently also been exposed as bogus.
He told a man that was paralysed from the waist down: “I’m tired and hungry. Do you want me to die of hunger?” before walking off to attend to somebody else.
Mboro also roles like Julius Malema and allegedly has 15 heavily armed bodyguards who carry rifles to his church services. He also has around 20 servants working for him.
The entrepreneur sells souvenirs too, as you’d expect, and one such item is a 5-litre bottle of water baring his portrait and the name of the church at a cost of R65.
The water actually just comes from a tap at a house in Katlehong’s Nhlapho section.
Soweto TV has said it would launch an investigation into the saga.
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