As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 increases across the globe, a South African clergy, Pastor Mboro has offered to go to hell and fight the demon responsible for the pandemic.
Paseka Motsoeneng, a South African televangelist also called Pastor Mboro, has reportedly offered to travel to hell to kill the demon responsible for coronavirus.
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, the South African pastoe has offered to embark on the perilous voyage in order to save the human race only for a sum of $100,000 (₦36,700,000)to cover his transportation fare.
I am ready to save mankind
, ” ;Pastor Mboro said,
I have seen a vision of how the Coronavirus demon looks like and I will defeat it,
Pastor Mboro also said that there was no need to squander resources on research because the real origin of the virus which has infected over 2 million people is a demon in hell which he has volunteered to kill.
There is no need for worry and expensive research, the real problem is the demon causing this disease and I am ready to kill it once and for all,
The pastor gave an ultimatum saying the money should come no later than the second week in April.
The controversial pastor had earlier said that God told him to prepare just before the outbreak, revealing to him how the coronavirus would affect the world.
“God said to me there’s going to be outbreaks. Outbreaks that will even cause hospitals to kill doctors and nurses. That’s the time we should be seeking God,” he reportedly stated during one of his sermons
“I listened to the president saying public meetings are banned for health reasons. God said this outbreak will happen this year. So it didn’t take me by surprise. We’ve been preparing and praying.
“God gave me a way to pray for the president, saying that the storms that are coming are going to be heavy. What we need to do is take better care of ourselves and listen to what we’re being told.”
Ironically, the pastor also gave a deadline for the payment of the funds saying it must be paid before the second week in April.
In 2017, a South African news site reported that the controversial pastor charged his church members a sum of 5,000 rands (₦104,455) to view pictures he allegedly took with his smartphone while in heaven during an Easter church service.
In related news, Founder of House of Joy Ministry Bishop Sam Zuga today revealed what he claims to be a solution to the novel coronavirus and says it can only work “between April 1 and 30”.