In the bid to get SABC’s COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng to pay him back his money, controversial founder of Incredible Happenings Ministry, Pastor Mboro, is planning to take extreme measures.
Apparently, the Motsoeneng’s have not settled their feud following Mboro’s accusations.
According to Mboro, he paid the broadcaster the aforementioned amount for airtime to promote his church.
Mboro’s Ukhozi FM shows were first “cancelled without explanation” with the SABC attributing it to “technical glitches.” He also allegedly accused the SABC of not playing his full shows, or not playing them at all.
Thus, the clergyman became overly upset about paying for TV airtime with nothing being aired. So far, all attempts made by the Prophet to get a refund from the public broadcaster proved abortive.
SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago confirmed the dispute.
Meanwhile, a disgruntled Pastor Mboro revealed his next move during an interview with Move! magazine. Currently, he is mobilising members of his church to host a three-day prayer service outside the SABC. This is a desperate attempt to get Hlaudi to refund the money which he allegedly swindled out of the prophet.
The pastor said:
“I am organising my church members and we will get into buses to go and pray at the SABC for three days, so that Hlaudi can pay back the money.”
He added that he wants God to help the SABC know that his church is just like any other. “I want God to help the broadcaster to stop discriminating against me and my church,” he said.
Meanwhile, the clergyman just acquired a new fancy wheel, a BMW i8 worth R2 million. When asked how he was able to afford the car, he said it was God’s reward to him for helping the poor.