Banele Mancoba, one of the seven siblings leading the Angel Ministries Brothers, has told South Africa’s Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities that late President Nelson Mandela was devilish. The commission is investigating beliefs of churches in the country to determine abuse. Mancoba said ‘Mandela sold our pupils to the devil’ and advised that children to stay out of school. Mancoba alleged Mandela had made a deal with the devil while he was in prison over the schools.
“The devil has taken over the schools. The devil was allowed by Nelson Mandela Rholihlahla. As Angel Ministries we say that as angels who sit on the Father’s right hand, we call on children not to go to schools because the devil has taken over schools,” he said. South African police recently retrieved about 21 children, who were not attending school, from the church.
“Mandela was enforcing that children be sent to school when he knew very well that he had sacrificed them,” Mancoba said. He, also, denunciated the country’s constitution, saying the “devil breathed on the constitution. We will not turn back; the South African constitution and education are dead. People must not listen to the constitution because it is driven by the devil. It is the devil’s spirit.”
“The South African constitution allows men to marry each other. We have come to Earth to fix those things,” said Mancoba.
Mancoba said he and his brothers were angels and descended from heaven to find Satan on Earth. He said they had encounters with Satan, with the last meeting having taken place on Saturday. He said in the flesh, they were born in South Africa and had identity documents and birth certificates.