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23 Oct, 2020 | Posted By: staff reporter
Shepard Bushiri & Wife Denied Bail To Stay Locked Up In Custody

The self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary have been further remanded in custody until Monday, 26 October. AFRICAFEATURED
Bushiri And Wife Further Remanded In Custody
23 October 2020
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Paul Nyathi

The self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary have been further remanded in custody until Monday, 26 October.

The couple is facing charges of fraud, theft and money laundering at the Pretoria Magistrates Court.

Bail was opposed earlier in the week after the state revealed it needed to investigate more details.

Bushiri’s supporters as expected congregated outside the court in their numbers singing and praying for their “Pappa” as they call him.
The self-proclaimed prophet Bushiri and his wife, Mary are back on the dock at the Pretoria Magistrates Court on Friday.

The pair face charges of fraud and money laundering.
Bail was opposed earlier in the week after the state revealed it needed to investigate more details.

Bushiri's supporters have congregated outside the court in their numbers
 The case against controversial leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary has been postponed to 29 November.

The couple appeared briefly at the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court in Pretoria on Thursday morning.
Crowds gathered outside the court in support of the pair. 

The two were arrested in February and face fraud and money laundering charges.
They also face charges for contravening the Prevention of Organised Crime Act.

The couple was granted R100,000 bail in February.
The video of a man being brought back to life by pastor Alph Lukau dominated the news this week. 

But Lukau isn't the only pastor who's made headlines, self- proclaimed prophet Bushiri and his wife were arrested in early February on fraud and money laundering charges. Bushiri was also been banned from Botswana. 

A City Press Journalist, Ntombizodwa Makhoba tried to investigate Bushiri's origins but she was deported from Malawi before her investigation could even begin.


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