Mboro and Hlaudi set prayer record straight

The Star Early Edition - - NEWS - – Edi­tor

YES­TER­DAY, we car­ried a front-page story say­ing Pas­tor Paseka “Mboro” Mot­soe­neng had prayed for former SABC boss Hlaudi Mot­soe­neng (no re­la­tion) to be­come pres­i­dent of South Africa.

Pas­tor Mboro has de­nied this, and ar­gues that his recorded ser­mon shows he prayed for Pres­i­dent Ja­cob Zuma so that God leads him to do the right things for the sake of our coun­try.

Hlaudi in­di­cated he was en­dors­ing a wo­man for pres­i­dent in 2019, so this means he can’t be run­ning to be the leader in that elec­tion, but in future. So Mboro couldn’t have prayed for some­one who doesn’t even have a party or a chance to be pres­i­dent in 2019.

“I prayed for Hlaudi to have a voice, to play an im­por­tant role in so­ci­ety. I pray for politi­cians, celebri­ties and all kinds of peo­ple. Ev­ery­body is wel­come at In­cred­i­ble Hap­pen­ings Church,” said Mboro.

The Star also used a sub­head that un­fairly re­ferred to Mboro as a “fake” prophet. We re­tract that state­ment and un­re­servedly apol­o­gise to Mboro.

PRAYERS: Hlaudi Mot­soe­neng, right, on stage with Prophet Mboro at the In­cred­i­ble Hap­pen­ings Church.

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