- Bushiri supporters seem to have all the faith in the world that their leaders will be given back to them and everything will go back to normal
- They have parked themselves outside the Pretoria Magistrate Court ever since the couple were apprehended by the Hawks
- Speaking during an interview, one of the supporters can be heard saying that he is one hundred percent behind Shepard and Mary Bushiri
Fans, followers, and supporters of the Bushiris seem to have an unfaltering loyalty to the controversial Enlightened Christian Gathering church leaders. Coming out in numbers, the supporters have made sure to wait outside the Pretoria Magistrate Courts to be the first to hear news about their leaders.
Speaking in a recent interview, one of the supporters can be heard saying that they are 100 percent behind self-proclaimed prophet Bushiri and his wife Mary. The two were taken into custody by Hawks following allegations of fraud and money laundering.
While they have applied for bail, their hearing has been postponed three times now. This has not stopped their supporters from gathering outside the courtyard to sing struggle songs, throwing holy water, and chanting.
Many of them have also taken to Twitter to show love to the church leaders eNCA reports Meanwhile, those against Bushiri have also stood firmly on their opinion of the church leader, sharing thousands of comments online.
A lot of them also rejoiced happily every time the judge extended the couple's stay behind bars. Calling on the bail hearing to be moved to next year even, SAnews reports.
Briefly.co.za also reported, that the controversial religious leaders, Shepherd Bushiri and Mary will hear the outcome of their bail appeal on Wednesday, 4 November. The couple along with 3 co-accused appeared at the Pretoria Magistrate's Court earlier today.
Magistrate Thandi Thelede adjourned the matter stating that she required extra time to consider the information that was presented at the court. The bail ruling will be held at 10 am and Bushiri's official Facebook page has already asked followers to gather.
Twitter users have also got word of the case being adjourned and have taken to the social networking site to share their views on the case.
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