S.A Court postpones Bushiri’s case for third time: Pushed to July 2020

Prophets Shepherd and Mary Bushiri’s Court trial which was supposed to start Friday has been postponed, for the third time this year, to next year, 27 July 2020.

Thousands upon thousands came to court in solidarity with their Papa, Major 1 Bushiri
From Court case to Court grace: Crowds chant as Bushiri waves
Bushiri’s at the court

The case has since been transferred to the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria for trial.

The special Commercial Crimes Court in Pretoria witnessed thousands of people from all over the world who had come to support the two Prophets.

People travelled from as far as America, the Caribbean Islands and UK.

In what seemed like a political rally, people were chanting and singing victory songs holding different placards and wearing T-shirts that read from, ‘From Court case to Court Grace”, “Hands off our Prophets” to “Drop the case you have no evidence.”

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Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
2 years ago

Chani? Koma corruption abalee. Waanyambititsa kale kumeneko. I wish South African courts were as swift as Malawi ones who convicted fake prophet.

joseph
joseph
2 years ago

IRECEIVE

CTP
CTP
2 years ago

God will confuse your enemies.

Nematodes
2 years ago

The criminal case has been committed to the high court! And the two criminals bail extended.

TRUTH
TRUTH
2 years ago

Prophets sent by the Almighty God does not need lawyers to defend him

Lazarus Kappata Njikho
Lazarus Kappata Njikho
2 years ago

I love PAPA ( MAJOR 1) nothing can beat that always with you in spirit

Daughter of Major 1
Daughter of Major 1
2 years ago

No one can fight God’s annointed and win. We stand with you papa.

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