Bushiri case postponed again as Hawks fail to bring evidence 

The Special Commercial Crimes Court in South Africa has, for the second time this year, adjourned the case involving famous prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary, to November 29.

Prophet Bushiri and his wife at the court: Victory belongs to Jesus
Bushiri’s followers vow to support the Major 1
We stand with you Major 1: Followers with Bushiri at court
Supporters of Bushiri outside the Pretoria Commercial Crime Court August 29 2019.
Bushiri followers prompted an assertion of “religious zenophobia” 

As over 40 000 people stormed the streets of Pretoria,  the court, on Thursday morning, ruled that the case be adjourned to next year but Bushiri, through his lawyer Victor Mkwashu, insisted they are ready for trial and that next year is far.

The court, therefore, agreed to November this year so that Bushiri lawyers can read the docket and challenge it immediately.

When asked after the ruling the prophet to comment, Bushiri with few words said, “God has a final say”.

Nyasa Times tried to get hold of his communication director Ephraim Nyondo but he could not be reached as he is in Malawi inspecting state of art secondary school which Bushiri has just finalized building for the community.

Hundreds of their supporters – mostly from his Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church – gathered outside the Pretoria  court building early in the morning to give Bushiri and his wife the moral support.

Stanley Lomasi said he came all the way from Malawi to support Bushiri.

“You can’t fight a prophet. We are so happy and we will continue to stand by the prophet,” Lomasi said in quotes reported by Times Live.

Bushiri, dressed in a black suit and white shirt, appeared joyful as he greeted his supporters with a wave ahead of the appearance.

His wife was wearing a pink top and jeans.

The followers sang songs and danced.

The couple was granted bail of R100,000 each in February.

The Bushiris, who head a multi-thousand-member church, as well as several businesses locally and abroad, were arrested for alleged money-laundering, fraud and contravention of the Prevention of the Organised Crime Act (Poca).

They deny any wrong doing.

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JIGGIES
JIGGIES
1 year ago

Kaya ife tikuona nkhani za kuberedwa kwa zisankho kuno, this does not concern me not even a bit.

Vinjenje
Vinjenje
1 year ago
Reply to  JIGGIES

I agree with you,Jiggies.

Jeff Mpotazingwe
Jeff Mpotazingwe
1 year ago

Our prayers with you Papa…The gospel is truth-you shall be taken to places of judgement but worry not what to say for His spirit will be given you. keep the good work and run straight towards the goal…..(St Paul)

Silungwe
1 year ago

i wonder why african countries are gerous of fellow african when rising in financial and spiritual

Soso
Soso
1 year ago

TOUCH NOT THE ANNOINTED ONE!

Daughter of Major 1
Daughter of Major 1
1 year ago

No one can fight a Prophet of God and win. Papa we stand with you.

Nyasa jè Malawi
1 year ago

Major one !!!!

ELIJAH VERSUS BAAL
1 year ago

(Victory belongs to JESUS ) (THE BATTLE IS HIS (JESUS )!

Iantana
Iantana
1 year ago

Wow! The Prophet has so much support

Leng
Leng
1 year ago

The more the accusation the more famous we be come Baba we Love you forever victory is yours

HAPPY
HAPPY
1 year ago
Reply to  Leng

THE LIAR SATAN TRIES TO GET IN THE WAY OF GOD’SSERVANTS, BUT IN THE END satan loses
TERIBBLY.
THE SAME GOD OF ABRAHAM IS THE SAME GOD WHO SPEAKS TODAY AND DEFENDS AND JUSTIFIES HIS SERVANTS.
TO JESUS BE THE GLORY.
MAJOR ONE MALAWI ECG IS WITH YOU ALWAYS IN PRAYERS AND FASTINGS
SON -H. SAMUEL MUGHOGHO
GOD IS STILL SPEAKING TODAY
GOD ALMIGHTY IS ON OUR SIDE
AMEN

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