Soweto TV: Sex prayer 'miracle' won’t be shown on air

Soweto TV: Sex prayer 'miracle' won’t be shown on air


Cape Town – Soweto TV says a couple’s sexcapades after a miracle prayer that allegedly restored a man’s erection won’t be broadcast on the TV station although congregants from the Incredible Happenings Ministries are adamant that they will do a public protest to the community TV channel if it’s not shown.

SundayWorld on Sunday reported that the Incredible Happenings Ministries leader Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng who has a Sunday show on Soweto TV, restored a man’s erection after a laying on of hands.

The frisky couple immediately started having sex as they said they were “sex starved” after 4 month’s of no sex, while the cameras kept rolling.


Soweto TV says the modern day erection miracle and the couple’s lusty bedroom antics can’t be broadcast since it amounts to pornography.

Pastor Mboro wants the bedroom miracle televised and told SundayWorld that “what is pornographic about blurring the area where the couple's hands are seen in their private parts? This couple wanted to give their testimony and they are refusing it the right to do so."

Congregants are planning a public protest and a march to Soweto TV offices.

Mboro said they were organising a march to the TV station's studios because they want the sex prayer shown that was answered.

Soweto TV community publicist Jonathan Ramotsei declined to comment.


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