[LISTEN] Prophet Mboro tells all about child who died at his church

A legal battle is looming after a sickly child that was brought to Prophet Mboro's Ministry ended up dying in front of congregants. The police have confirmed that the girl, who was three-years-old, died at the Incredible Happenings Ministry.

[ALSO READ] Paramedics 'did everything' to save child who died at Pastor Mboro’s church

Pastor at Incredible Happenings Ministry, Prophet Mboro says that it’s amazing how people will lie. He adds that on Sunday, he received a message from one of his assistant pastors saying that there was a child who was critically ill.

I looked at the child and I could see the child was very weak.

Prophet Mboro, Pastor at Incredible Happenings Ministry

Prophet Mboro says that he asked what the problem was and the mother said her child had no water in her system, and was dehydrated. Prophet Mboro adds that he immediately said to the mother that this was a case for the hospital, and the child needed a drip to get fluids back into her system.

Prophet Mboro says that the ambulance took a long time to make its way to the Ministry.

While we were waiting for the ambulance, then I started to encourage the church.

Prophet Mboro, Pastor at Incredible Happenings Ministry

Unfortunately, the people at the call center ended up being annoyed says Prophet Mboro. He adds that the employees at the call center mentioned that we were not the only church with problems and we must stop calling.

Prophet Mboro says that he went to the child and prayed, everyone was crying and the child came back. He adds that the child started to cry and whispered the name of the father. Prophet Mboro goes on to say that the ambulance came a few moments later.

The sad thing about the people of the ambulance, they sat in their ambulance, they had to be asked please get out of the ambulance.

Prophet Mboro, Pastor at Incredible Happenings Ministry

Prophet Mboro says that the clinic turned the mother away and told her that they don’t have the drips.

Listen to Prophet Mboro's response when asked if he brought the child back to life…


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