ON TUESDAY, prophet Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng demanded angrily that Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva should kneel before him.
He said she must cry, polish his shoes and clean the church’s tent as an apology.
The controversial prophet gave the chairwoman of the Commission for the Protection of Religious Communities until 6am yesterday to reply, but no apology was forthcoming.
Mboro has not taken kindly to Mkhwanazi-Xaluva’s cold shoulder.
He told Daily Sun outside Joburg High Court yesterday he had a huge surprise for her.
“I’ve taken legal action but I will also hit her spiritually,” Mboro said, showing the People’s Paper the interdict report he had just filed.
“I will pray and God will deal with her. I will also light candles at church for her,” he said, adding he was going to spray holy water on her too.
He said he gave Mkhwanazi-Xaluva a chance by saying she could apologise. “She violated that grace and now it’s time to act.”
He said she should remove herself from her position and the commission should be disbanded.
“There’s more we are still going to hit her with. The whole thing will be disbanded. We serve a living God.
“I want her to stop her insults towards me and our religion.”
When the SunTeamcalled Mkhwanazi-Xaluva on Tuesday after the demand for an apology, she said she didn’t know what she should apologise for. “If he’s going to wait for my apology, it might take 500 years.”