Celebrity Gospel Preacher, Prophet Mboro has announced that he intents to stream his next visit to heaven live via YouTube. This followers after the Prophet ascended to heaven during a live easter service earlier this month.
Celebrity Gospel Preacher, Prophet Mboro has announced that he intents to stream his next visit to heaven live via YouTube. This followers after the Prophet ascended to heaven during a live easter service earlier this month.

Celebrity Gospel Preacher, Prophet Mboro has announced that he intents to stream his next visit to heaven live via YouTube. This followers after the Prophet ascended to heaven during a live easter service earlier this month.

Celebrity Gospel Preacher, Prophet Mboro has announced that he intents to stream his next visit to heaven live via YouTube. This followers after the Prophet ascended to heaven during a live easter service earlier this month.
Celebrity Gospel Preacher, Prophet Mboro has announced that he intents to stream his next visit to heaven live via YouTube. This followers after the Prophet ascended to heaven during a live easter service earlier this month.

Upon returning from heaven, the prophet announced he had taken pics of heaven with his Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone.

The pictures were  sold for R5,000 apiece, and circulated via social network instant messaging application, WhatsApp.

However, the prophet’s phone was stolen at a car wash in Pretoria, just days before he planned to release the rest of the pictures to the entire public.

During yesterday’s Sunday service, which was held under a tree after the man’s church was burnt down, the man of cloth announced that he would be going back to heaven soon, but this time would go to heaven equiped with an MTN Dongle, a Webcam, and his Apple MacBook Pro.

He intends to shoot the entire visit, and stream it live via YouTube.

The last time Mboro went to heaven he encountered amazing things, including meeting Jesus’s hot young Xhosa wife.

The general public struggled to believe his claims, and after the phone was stolen, he was left with little ways of proving his visit to heaven.

According to sources within the church, the heaven live stream would be only available to subscribers who are able to pay.

The prophet will charge R9,000 an hour to view the live stream.

Report By Maynard Chizavare