3 moments that showed off Shepherd Bushiri's profitable luxury life

3 moments that showed off Shepherd Bushiri's profitable luxury life

Ever since the deadly stampede at Prophet Shepherd Bushiri's church on 28 December last year, the controversial religious leader has been in the spotlight.

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Now that he and his wife had been arrested on grounds of fraud and money laundering, the public has focused more on their luxury lifestyle. So, Briefly.co.za took a look at the prophet's luxury lifestyle.

In 2017, Bushiri bought his daughter a Maserati for her sixth birthday. The extravagant allegedly cost him R1.7 million.

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According to TimesLIVE, Bushiri's wife, Mary, bought herself a purchased a jet for R15.3m, in cash.

3 moments that showed off Shepherd Bushiri's profitable luxury life

Bushiri boarding a private jet. Photo credit: Prophet Shepard Bushiri/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Nyasa Times reported that Bushiri splashed millions on a hotel in Rustenburg, North West, in 2018. The holiday resort is reportedly called Sparkling Waters Hotel and Sp; and it was the same spot the duo was arrested last week.

According to a Facebook post by Zimbabwe Today, Bushiri splashed a whopping $12 million, which equals R172m, on a mansion.

Although the Bushiri never confirmed the price tag on his home, the photos showed it is likely worth a couple million. Whether it actually cost over R170m is doubtful.

3 moments that showed off Shepherd Bushiri's profitable luxury life

Bushiri in front of his mansion with his luxury cars. Photo credit: Zimbabwe Today/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported previously that Barry Roux is allegedly set to defend the Bushiris.

According to reports, Roux will handle the Bushiris' case from Wednesay, when they are set to apply for bail. Roux's daily is reportedly R50 000.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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