Outspoken Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng, popularly known as Prophet Mboro has laid charges against members of a WhatsApp group called Open Politics (OP).
The alleged Man of God laid charges of crimen injuria, intimidation and defamation of character at the Alberton police station, east of Johannesburg on Thursday.
Prophet Mboro says among others the charges will be laid against the group administrators, Farmers Union South Africa (FUSA) President Ronnie McKenzie and #FeesMustFall student activist, Mcebo Dlamini.
He adds this is a powerful group consisting of politicians, union leaders and celebrities.
Prophet Mboro says his mother was also insulted in the WhatsApp group and called a pig while others labelled him a Satanist and a witch.
"Some are calling me satanist, and a witch," says Mboro.
He told his followers that
“You can imagine, we’ve got old and young people in our church. What type of a church is that where a prophet will order women to undress?”
In the Whatsapp Group, another controversial Prophet Shepherd Bushiri who is now Prophet Mboro's close friend after years of being hardcore enemies, was also called a devil and con artist together with Mboro.
“Being called a pervert, false prophet, con man, a man who steals money from the poor, a man who makes men and women have sex in the church, is a criminal offence.”
Dlamini says Mboro is bored and should not be entertained.
"As a country, we have serious things, we cannot be entertaining people who are suffering from things we don't know," says Dlamini.