So-called prophet, Shepherd Bushiri, has allegedly been galavanting in South Africa despite being a wanted fugitive.
Bushiri fled the country after being granted bail in his fraud, money laundering and corruption trial late last year.
He and his accomplices, including his wife Mary, are accused of defrauding congregants of his Enlightened Christian Gathering Church, to the tune of around R100 million.
Bushiri’s lawyer says myths and lies will float around as Bushiri tries to avoid extradition back to South Africa from Malawi.
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