An­gry com­mu­nity mem­bers call for Prophet Bushiri to leave SA

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JO­HAN­NES­BURG - Com­mu­nity mem­bers in Pre­to­ria are call­ing for con­tro­ver­sial to pack up and go. On Fri­day, a group of an­gry peo­ple blocked the en­trance to his En­light­ened Chris­tian Gath­er­ing Church. Stop­ping con­gre­gants from at­tend­ing the reg­u­lar Fri­day ser­vice. This comes af­ter the church was charged with de­feat­ing the ends of jus­tice and in­ter­fer­ing with po­lice work for mov­ing the bod­ies of three women who died dur­ing a stam­pede in the church last week.

The po­lice also ac­cused the con­gre­ga­tion of mov­ing the bod­ies of the vic­tims to a pri­vate mor­tu­ary with­out re­port­ing the in­ci­dent to the po­lice.

“We can­not have a si­t­u­a­tion whereby this Nige­rian prophet doesn’t make money in his own coun­try and de­cide to come here [South Africa]. If they are prophets, they must go back to Nige­ria and make money there. Enough is enough; we can­not lose our loved ones, peo­ple who die like their an­i­mals. He can’t even apol­o­gise to South Africans,” said South African Na­tional Civic Or­gan­i­sa­tion Tsh­wane Trea­surer Abram Mashishi.

Prophet Shep­herd Bushiri.

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