ABSA Bank is in the process of repossessing Pastor Paseka Motsoenang’s house after he failed to pay the bond he owes them.
Popularly known as Pastor Mboro, Motsoenang is said to have defaulted from paying the loan that facilitated the building of his lavish home.
The bank says Motsoeneng owes it R1 388 597 and if he does not want the house to be repossessed and sold at a public auction he must pay up.
In the court papers, the bank further argues that the legal action is a bid to recoup the money it loaned to him in 2014 to buy the house.
The total outstanding amount is due and payable in terms of the provisions of the credit agreement, read with the provisions of the mortgage bond.
Pastor Mboro was among the first people to criticize Prophet Bushiri after he was incriminated in money laundry and fraud cases.
Mboro however noted that the bond had been paid 3 months ago and the bank was out to tarnish his name.
“The summons indeed pertains to my primary residence but, as I said, the arrears were rectified three months ago. My attorneys are dealing with the matter,” he said.
“It’s ironic that Absa is pursuing arrears of R30 000 when I have a R2 million counter-claim against Absa,” he said without elaborating.
“As a man of God, I have a big heart and I always put underprivileged people first.”