video has surfaced online of more than 10 cars reportedly to be of Prophet Shepherd Bushiri being repossessed!

video has surfaced online of more than 10 cars reportedly to be of Prophet Shepherd Bushiri being repossessed!

A video has surfaced online of quite 10 cars reportedly to be of Prophet Shepherd Bushiri being repossessed! In January, Malawi’s Ministry of Justice spokesperson, Pirirani Masanjala, said the court had ordered that the extradition hearing begin in March after the court had issued a warrant of arrest for the 2 fugitives, wanted for charges including fraud and concealment in South Africa. Malawi’s justice system will once more get on trial in the week when the formal extradition hearing for wanted self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary, kicks off at the Lilongwe Magistrate’s Court within the capital on Monday. That warrant of arrest outlined that the charismatic preacher and his wife should be summoned to court in March. Media reports in South Africa, quoting Malawi’s Minister of data, Gospel Kazako, said the matter would be heard before magistrate Viva Nyimba and was likely to be concluded in March. The story of Bushiri’s “great escape” from South Africa still features publicly discourse. In scenes fit a Bond classic, Bushiri’s escape coincided with a visit to Pretoria by Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera. within the absence of official government remarks on how and when the Bushiris left South Africa, the rumour mill has gone into overdrive. Vocally criticised by many of us in South Africa, particularly on social media, Bushiri commands unparalleled praise and adoration from his legion of followers. Speaking to the African press agency (ANA) in Pretoria, an outspoken Bushiri ally, Christians of South Africa president Pastor Derick Mosoana, said the govt of South Africa often goes after men of the material – if ever they shine and make a mark. “Christians of South Africa (Cosa) has for years been cautioning South Africans of a devious plan by the govt of the day to persecute Christians with foreign ministers (church leaders) as their soft targets. The party doesn’t support the actions by the Bushiris to escape from the country, but facts around their case forced them to practise criminality,” said Mosoana. “Cosa won’t encourage the Bushiris to return to the country, and a bit like they did to Prophet Tim Omotoso, subjecting him to four years of an attempt in custody without a sound indictment. The party has lost confidence within the judiciary, and that we have reached a sorry state as a rustic.” Mosoana added that folks in powerful positions within state institutions, including the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI or Hawks), the National Prosecuting Authority, and therefore the judiciary, “sodomise our courts mercilessly”. As a precursor to the high-stakes Bushiri extradition hearing, in South Africa in the week, the Hawks said Bushiri’s legal representatives were arrested and brought to court, but their matter wasn’t enrolled. Hawks spokesperson Colonel Katlego Mogale said the elite crime-fighting unit had been investigating Bushiris’ legal representatives for crimes including corruption, intimidation and defeating the ends of justice since 2018 in reference to alleged withdrawal statements from women who had accused Bushiri of rape. “The DPCI has noted the media statement issued by Mr Shepherd Bushiri concernedly. As early as 2018, Lieutenant-Colonel Mrwebi has been investigating the matter concerning Mr Bushiri’s lawyers for corruption, defeating the ends of justice and intimidation after receiving purported withdrawal statements from rape victims,” Mogale said. “After the investigation was completed, the warrants of arrest were obtained from the magistrate’s court, and ultimately executed on March 1 2021. The suspects were taken to court but couldn’t be enrolled.” Bushiri lamented that his instructing attorney in South Africa and legal adviser were “unlawfully” detained by the Hawks. “On Monday, with deep shock and sadness, I learnt about how the Hawks, for eight hours, unlawfully detained my instructing attorney, Mr Terrance Baloyi, and my legal adviser, Mr Alvin Khosa,” said the preacher. Watch the video below because the cars get repossessed:

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