Incredible Happenings Ministries leader Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng watched in shock as a Joburg couple he prayed for to regain its libido bonked in front of him and his camera crew at their Zonke, Ekurhuleni home last month.
But Soweto TV bosses, where Mboro has a weekly Sunday show, would hear none of it and refused to beam the couple’s “testimony” on air, arguing it contained pornographic material. Now Mboro and his congregation are organising a mass protest to be staged outside the Soweto TV studios to force the powers that be to flight the episode.
Soweto TV stakeholder and community liaison manager Jonathan Ramotsei declined to comment. “Our policy is that we don’t comment on issues that involve our clients.”
Soweto TV head of programming Julia Masemola also declined to comment.
Mboro confirmed that Joseph Chabangu and his wife Thabisile shocked him and his crew when they made love in front of them after he helped them regain their libido.
“Thabisile came to church a while ago and complained that although she was blessed with three children and recently got a promotion at work, she was sex-starved because her husband suffered from erectile dysfunction,” he said.
Mboro said Thabisile suspected that jealous people might have conjured up an evil spirit or cast a bad spell in their bedroom. “I went there and entered their bedroom and asked them to put their hands on their private parts. After that I prayed for them and the husband immediately regained his erection,” he said.
Mboro said he asked the couple, who was seated on the bed, to get under the sheets so he and his crew could film their “testimony” for the TV show.
“They spent four months without having sex. They said they were ‘hungry’,” he said.
Mboro said they filmed the couple giving its “testimony” but blurred the part where their hands were playing with their private parts.