Miracle or scam? Lady claims she bought 7 cars after Bushiri touched her

Miracle or scam? Lady claims she bought 7 cars after Bushiri touched her

A video has circulated on social media of a young woman, who testified in Prophet Shepherd Bushiri's church.

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According to the lady, who was identified as Charmaine Kekana, after the controversial religious leader put his hands on her, miracles happened.

The Sowetan reported she said she could afford to buy seven luxury cars just two weeks after Bushiri prayed for her.

In fact, she claims Mercedes-Benz even gave her a R700k discount on a R2 million C63.

However, Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux was not buying Kekana's story- he had a different version of how she was able to afford the expensive whips.

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Man's Not Barry Roux suggested the cars were Kekana's fathers, who he claims looted millions from the North West Mogalakwena municipality.

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However, her dad, Phinious Kekana, has since come to her defence, adding he is making a living legitimately and that's how his daughter is able to afford her luxury lifestyle, Briefly.co.za learned.

Phinious said he quit his old job four-years-ago and started his own security company, which provides services for several other businesses including Mogalakwena.

"I make over R1-million monthly, that is why we afford the luxury lifestyle my daughter is living. Those cars are hers, she is not lying. She is a director in the company," he said.

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