Prophet Shepherd Bushiri's church has been rocked by yet more allegations - this time, women have accused Major One of sexual assault.
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Bushiri just can't seem to catch a break - first, he stood accuse of murder after a deadly stampede at his church claimed multiple lives; then, he was arrested on grounds of fraud and money laundering.
Now, Major One has been accused of sexually assaulting at least four women, the Daily Sun reported.
Briefly.co.za learned the movement, #NotInMyNameSA, has been contacted by several ladies, who claimed Bushiri and other church leaders sexually assaulted them.
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Themba Masango, #NotInMyNameSA’s secretary, revealed the women described the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church as “one big bedroom”.
According to the movement, they have testimonies of former and present ECG members, who detailed how luxury hotels were used for "sexual encounters and sickening orgies.
Masango revealed the encounters date back several years and he wants Major One to 'do the right thing.' The organisation then called on other victims to speak up.
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However, the ECG church said they had no knowledge of the alleged activities.
Ephraim Nyondo, ECG's communications director, was quoted saying: "We are not aware of this."
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