Prophet Mboro rescues Sheperd Bushiri ‘victim’

Prophet Mboro rescues Bushiri victim

Prophet Mboro rescues Sheperd Bushiri ‘victim’

Prophet Mboro has stretched out his hand to a couple who reportedly lost everything they had after investing over R130 000 in Prophet Shepherd Bushiri’s gold forex and commodities scheme.

The couple was taken on a shopping spree on Wednesday by Prophet Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng who is the president of the Church Mandate Turn Around Movement after he was moved by their plea.

Felicia Sibeko (46) and her husband Author Sibeko from Westonaria, west of Joburg, have been surviving on handouts from well wishers after running out of food and supplies.

Their plight came to the attention of Prophet Mboro who then took them to a shopping spree and bought them food, vegetables including toiletries.

Online publication the Daily Sun reports that Felicia said Mboro visited Westonaria on Wednesday.

“I can’t believe we have so much food,” she said.

“Mboro filled two trolleys with groceries for us.

“My fridge is full. I’m so grateful. He’s a true man of God. He bought us everything we needed and still wanted to buy us more.

“My fridge is full. I’m so grateful.”

Felicia said she lived with her husband, Author (54), and two sons. Their daughter lived in Tshwane. She said many people who saw Mboro when he bought the groceries wanted him to pray for them.

“People are asking me to tell Mboro to open a branch in the area,” she said.

Author said Mboro listens to the people.

“He’s the people’s prophet and he knows the people.”

“I’m the father and defender of the weak, widows and orphans.”

He said he never expected groceries from the prophet when they visited Incredible Happenings Ministries in Katlehong on Sunday.

Mboro stated he couldn’t ignore hungry people.

“We make sure we support them and give them hope and courage,” he said. I’m the father and defender of the weak, widows and the orphans.”

Mboro explained that he’s doing this as it’s the work of God.

“This is my responsibility as a prophet,” he said.

Mboro added this was their church mandate and they helped people, whether they’re members of the church or not.

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