Singer and actress Winnie Khumalo has reportedly turned to Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng for divine intervention to cast away the “black magic” troubling her career.
Consequently, the songstress was put on a special program called the 49 Days of Journey with Mboro to heal her.
According to Sunday World, Khumalo will soon be baptised to make her a born-again Christian and a member of Motsoeneng’s Incredible Happenings Ministries church.
Khumalo confirmed she has turned to Mboro for divine intervention and that he will baptise her.
“As you know that I’m a sickly person who is supposed to undergo an operation on June 11 at the (Chris Hani) Baragwanath (Academic) Hospital, I decided to go there for prayers because I believe that people’s gifts are different.”
She also confirmed that her conditioned improved remarkably after paying a visit to the church.
“They prayed for me and I’m now feeling a bit better. I may not even go for that operation because my health is improving everyday as I keep on praying with Ntate Mboro.
“He will also baptise me. It is another way of coming closer to God and to grow spiritually,” Khumalo said.
Winnie Khumalo was recently admitted to hospital after collapsing while recording the hit song Yile Gqom with DJ Cleo. Nevertheless, that wasn’t the main reason she went to Mboro for help.
The songbird is under the impression that black magic and evil spirits are at work, trying to ruin her career
“Sometimes you have no choice but to think that this is caused by black magic. How come I get sick every time I release a new song? I hope if this is the work of evil spirits, then prayers will banish them.”
Well, let’s hope she gets her wish.