Minister: I was an outfitted burglar, thief and executioner.
Appointed St Paul Apostolic Church diocesan Lebogang Manamela was condemned for 25 years in 2005.
HE IS a regarded priest - with a dull past.
He doesn't think the sentence he got was enough as he made enduring such countless individuals.
Manamela said he committed furnished burglary, seized vehicles and killed individuals.
He was captured in 2003 after he was shot multiple times during a business burglary in The Orchards.
He was condemned to 25 years in jail in July 2005 for outfitted burglary, murder, commandeering and endeavoured murder. "I was a criminal from the age of 12 and conveyed a gun. We utilized muthi to wash in and abstained from so we wouldn't get found out," he said.
Minister Lebogang Manamela was condemned in July 2005 for a long time for outfitted theft, murder, capturing and endeavoured murder, he is a Motivational speaker and Coach. Photograph by Raymond Morare
He served 13 years and nine months before he was set free from Kgosi Mampuru II Prison on 30 October 2014. He said he understood in the event that he didn't have an impact on his methodologies, his mom would pass on from a cardiovascular failure.
In 2008, he turned into a minister while in jail and was appointed as a priest in 2016 at St Paul Apostolic Church.
He said he was a bustling detainee, teaching the expression of God subsequent to giving his life to Christ.
Manamela said he met a few casualties and others excused him.
"I actually have bad dreams about what I did," he said.
His better half, Kholofelo Manamela, said her significant other changed a ton.
"What I love most about him is he thinks often about others and needs to have an effect in their lives," she said.
Church part, minister Sipho Skhosana said: "Manamela is a decent pioneer and keeps on inspiring individuals to do beneficial things."
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