Mboro meets God to negotiate Cape Town rain

IT WON’T be easy, but Prophet Mboro has no doubt Cape Town’s water problems will soon be over. The prophet said he will have a meeting with God and soon the city will receive the blessing of showers from the sky! I PLAN TO PRAY HARD AND I WILL MAKE IT RAIN, HE SAID. “Whoever spoke about Day Zero in Cape Town did not include God in their plan of action,” the prophet from Katlehong, Ekurhuleni, told Daily Sun.

“I serve a God of miracles. The prayers we conduct will turn Day Zero into a day of rising waters in Cape Town.” Pastor Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng said the road to Cape Town’s redemption begins at his church tonight. “The meeting with God is critical. Before I start anything as big as this, I need to have a meeting with the creator, God. I plan to pray hard and I will make it rain.”

He said his meeting will go on all night and everybody is welcome. “I will have a face to face meeting with God who will tell me what to do to save the city,” he said. “It will not be a secret meeting. I’m inviting all people from all walks of life to come forward and support the initiative. We seek God’s powers to help the entire nation and specifically the City of Cape Town.”


On Wednesday, the prayers will continue in Cape Town. “The prayers are not about making Prophet Mboro popular. We are inviting all other religious leaders and people across the country to join the prayers on Wednesday in Cape Town.”

He said the timeline for when the rain will hit the parched Cape earth can’t be discussed before his meeting with God. “God will reveal to me when He will bless the people with rain.” Mboro said he prayed for rain in Ekurhuleni, Vaal and the Free State when the provinces had the same problems.

DA provincial leader Bonginkosi Madikizela said Cape Town needs more than prayers. “We welcome all people with any kind of help to assist with the crisis, but people must realise prayers alone are not the answer. The way people use water is the most important thing.”

“People’s behaviour must change and they must get used to the hard times the city is experiencing.”He said each person was allowed to use 50 litres of water per day. “Experts have also warned residents there is no rain forecast,” he said. The Western Cape is working to at least keep water running at schools.

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