�Fake Name� Cost Prophet Bail

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JWANENG: Neo Tanka, popularly known as Prophet Bonang of Pure Gospel Bible Church of God in Jwaneng was denied bail on Thursday for the second time after the prosecution said the names he is using are not his.

Prophet Bonang was arrested and remanded in custody for false declaration during an application for a passport two weeks ago.

The 19-year-old whose nationality is still questionable, allegedly applied for a passport in April 2016 and wrote Margaret Tanka as his mother and used Nurse Kono‘s identity number as that of his mother. He also wrote Bashi Tanka as his father and falsely used Douglas Kono’s identity.

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