Two men of the cloth are facing it off in court this morning.
Incredible Happenings Church leader and also the President of the Church Mandate Turn Around, Prophet Mboro Motsoeneng is at the Pretoria High Court with Enlightened Christian Gathering Church leader, Shepherd Bushiri.
The matter between Mboro and Bushiri is relating to the summons which Mboro got after he represented the alleged victim of a Forex commodity scam.
Mboro received the summons from Prophet Bushiri’s legal team last week.
Prophet Mboro said he got the summons following the issue relating to Felicia Sibeko, the taxi boss whom he assisted after she approached him for help.
This morning at around 9.00, Mboro went live on his Facebook page to pray with the victims of the Forex scam.
Just as he finished his prayers, he spotted advocate Dali Mpofu and greeted him.
“Are you representing him? Have they made us enemies,” Mboro laughed with Mpofu while doing the elbow greeting.
Then they all went inside the court house, which is currently underway.
In a statement yesterday Prophet Mboro, said he stands by those who were left broke and financially depressed by a scam operated by a man who claims to be a prophet.
After Felicia had cried foul play, days later an ECG preacher and Stewart MW Makhwane who is an attorney came forward and also asked Mboro for help.
In a matter of hours, a group of elderly women also approached Mboro for help on the same matter. They have since opened cases in attempts to get justice.
Mboro said he will not back down from helping people in need because of the summons which Bushiri’s legal team sent in attempts to intimidate and silence him and the poor citizens of this country whose hard-earned cash was taken away.
“I will continue to stand tall, defend, help, and speak for anyone who needs my assistance. The fact is lots of innocent South African have lost money to this scam and got nothing in return.
“The Church Mandate is here to stay, and we will not be silenced,” said Mboro.
On the other hand, Bushiri said Mboro’s actions were aimed at tarnishing his name.