Mboro Moves To Pressure Soweto TV To Air Sex Prayer ‘Miracle’

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After performing a rare miracle, Incredible Happenings Ministries leader Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng and his congregants are battling it out with Soweto TV to show it on the channel.

Mboro and his crew watched in shock as a Joburg couple he laid hands on to restore the man’s libido had sex in front of him while the cameras were rolling.

Mboro confirmed that Joseph Chabangu and his wife Thabisile came to him for help in their sex life. Thabisile had complained that although she was blessed with three children, she was sex-starved because her husband suffered from erectile dysfunction. This had gone on for four months and Thabisile suspected that jealous people may have a hand on the mishap happening in their bedroom.

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Consequently, the Incredible Happenings Ministries leader went to the couple’s Zonke, Ekurhuleni home last month and entered their bedroom. He asked them to put their hands on their private parts, prayed for them and the husband immediately regained his erection. He then asked them to get under the sheets so that he and his crew could film their “testimony” for the TV show.



According to Mboro, his crew filmed the couple giving the “testimony” of the miracle. However, the part where the hungry sex-starved couple played with their private parts got censored.

Nevertheless, Mboro who has a Sunday show on Soweto TV could not contain his anger when the channel refused to air the miracle on the grounds that it’s pornography. While Soweto TV bosses maintain their stand on the matter, Mboro wants the bedroom miracle televised and told SundayWorld that there’s nothing like pornography in it. “What is pornographic about blurring the area where the couple’s hands are seen in their private parts? This couple wanted to give their testimony and they are refusing it the right to do so.”

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In the meantime, the aggrieved leader and his congregation are organising a mass protest to be staged outside the Soweto TV studios to force them to air the ‘racy’ episode.