Men of God are always expected to portrays good image to the public. We grew to the environment which makes us expect from men of God, more than what they can offer. On the TV show “Amabishop” many South Africans were taken by surprise to hear that Prophet Mboro possibly received R1 million rands from Shepard Bushiri.
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Many of South Africans can be tempted to believe these news as there was a point and time where mboro was vocal against bushiri and now again he is silent against bushiri. In the culture of South Africa , many people have been used to attack people using money.
and it has always been witnessed that people uses money to ensure that all those attacking them become silent . By hearing these bews many can be tempted to believe these things exist.
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The most surprising thing was that Mboro didn’t even try to object the news which were being said of him taking R1 million. Whenever these news were said to him , he was always changing the topic to something else.
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