SA – R10000 to KILL MBORO. FBI Security Services boss and Pastor Paseka ‘Mboro’ Motsoeneng of the Incredible Happenings Ministry reportedly started fighting at the end of April when the prophet allegedly refused to pay the guards.
Mboro allegedly told them they ate too much Nando’s at a healing session at Ratanda, so he wouldn’t pay them.
Then, in May, he did not pay them because, according to him, they stole his expensive sunglasses.
When June came around they didn’t get paid again because they had allegedly stolen his expensive jacket.
Thabo Hlongwane (36), owner of FBI Security Services based in Hammanskraal, Tshwane stopped supplying the ministry with guards, but months later, the pay for the months they worked still hasn’t been sorted out.
“He only paid the company the first two months after he signed the contract in February,” claimed Thabo.
“Month after month he came up with some story not to pay us.”
Now Thabo has taken the pastor’s Honda Civic.
They had gone to Mboro’s house to ask for their money. As it was late they used Mboro’s Honda Civic to drop the guards off at their houses, and instead of returning the car, Thabo kept it.
“I will not give the car back until the prophet pays me the R100 500 and a firearm that he owes me and my staff,” said Thabo.
“Instead of making peace and apologising for not settling his bills he sends me threatening SMSes. He said he is offering R10 000 to anyone who kills me and brings back his car,” claimed Thabo.
After Mboro allegedly assaulted some of the guards using his pistol, bleeding guards rushed to the Germiston Police Station where they opened a case of attempted murder against the prophet.
Prophet Mboro admitted to Daily Sun he’s been sending threatening SMSes to Thabo – because he wants his car back.
“I terminated a contract with them a long time ago because they weren’t performing. Thabo and his guards would come to work whenever they felt like it. I dumped them and hired other security guards because they were useless,” he said.
Mboro said he had opened a case of theft against Thabo, but Germiston police spokesman Sergeant Frank Nkuna said they had no record of such a case. He said a case against Mboro was taken to provincial level where the investigations are continuing.