Sexual assault claims against Prophet Bushiri dubbed 'blackmail'

Sexual assault claims against Prophet Bushiri dubbed 'blackmail'

The civil rights movement #NotInMyName commended Major One on his co-operation during an investigation of the sexual assault claims against him - which the movement found was without merit.

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On Monday, civil rights movement #NotInMyName applauded Prophet Shepherd Bushiri for his "maximum co-operation" during the probe into sexual assault claims against him.

According to IOL, the movement said they could not authenticate the claims, adding they were an attempt to 'blackmail' Major One.

“Ironically, what was unearthed in our intense investigation were widespread attempts to blackmail Bushiri by several people in his church, community leaders, law enforcement officers and leading political parties," they said.

The movement and Bushiri's church are still busy with engagements.

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At the time, #NotInMyNameSA was contacted by several ladies, who claimed Bushiri and other church leaders sexually assaulted them.

The movement claimed they had testimonies of former and present ECG members, who detailed how luxury hotels were used for "sexual encounters and sickening orgies."

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