6 April 2016

Malawi: Mboro is Back from Heaven, and He is Unhappy with Malawians

Photo: The Citizen
Prophet Mboro is allegedly selling pictures of himself in heaven for R5 000.

South African Prophet Mboro who has taken the Malawi social media storm replacing Salanje has expressed amazement at the way Malawians and Zambians are finding his name amusing.

In a Facebook post from a page that claims to be his, the sensational Prophet has questioned why people from Malawi and Zambia are making fun of his name.

He is most likely angry that citizens of the two countries have dwelled on his name instead of his journey to heaven.

On Easter Sunday, it is said that Mboro was ruptured into heaven as members of his church watched.

Mboro claims that after he was ruptured into heaven, he had a chance to take selfies with angels and he also managed to get photos of heaven.

The photos he got have been said to be for sale.

However to his dismay, Malawians have ignored that he was a tourist in heaven. They have rather dwelled on his name which when slightly altered refers to penis.

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