A televangelist who allegedly used the power of prayer to revive a parishioner’s erection is demanding his handy work be shown on on TV despite it being branded pornographic.
South Africa’s Soweto TV refused to air the footage because during ceremony the man immediately used his newly re-found virility to have sex with his grateful wife in front of the film crew.
Incredible Happenings Ministries leader Paseka ‘Mboro’ Motsoeneng is now planning a march on the station to protest about his weekly show being canned.
Pastor Mboro said: ‘I tried to stop them but they told me that they couldn’t stop because they were starving for months.
‘The husband was excited that he got an erection back and even offered to pay me.’
He said ‘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.
‘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.’
Grateful wife Thabisile said: ‘My husband got his erection back and when he came back from outside to call the crew to film our testimony, we were already busy having sex. We just couldn’t wait as it had been long since we had sex.
‘I apologised to the pastor for doing that because that was embarrassing.’
Pastor Mboro has blurred out the sex for his TV show and claims the testimony of the couple is no more pornographic than other programs on the station.
‘Every weekend we watch movies which have episodes where people are shown having sex. Here there is no sex but they can’t show it. They have not shown two of my shows as a result of this dispute.’
‘My only concern is that I want the testimony to be aired. I told the camera crew to blur out the couple having sex but it is important that they (the couple) have the right to share their testimony.’
Pastor Mboro is a controversial figure in South Africa due to the phenomenal success of his Incredible Happenings Ministries and his lavish wealth.
He appeared in a BBC documentary with Reggie Yates in 2004 called The Millionaire Preacher.