- An old video of Shepherd Bushiri has surfaced in which he preaches to his congregation, he says that a righteous man would flee danger
- Conversely, he preaches that a foolish man who sees trouble will do nothing
- It is apparent that he followed his own advice when he fled South Africa and returned to his home country of Malawi
An old video of Shepherd Bushiri has surfaced in which he is preaching to his congregation and says that a righteous man will flee when there is danger.
He counters that by saying that a foolish man will see danger and not flee. He obviously took his own advice when he and his wife broke their bail conditions and fled SA for Malawi.
The Bushiri's paid R200 000 in bail, their conditions were that they could not leave South Africa but news broke that the couple had indeed left the country.
The fallout has caused a lot of people grief, including Aaron Motsoaledi who has been dragged over the coals by the Democratic Alliance who holds him responsible for allowing the couple to escape.
In addition to that, the Malawian government are prepared to help South Africa but are waiting for an official extradition request before they can actually do anything.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that self-proclaimed prophet, Shepherd Bushiri wants the Malawian government to intervene in his case, but the country has distanced themselves from the matter. The Hawks are trying to find out how Bushiri managed to skip the country and Malawi's authorities are denying claims that Bushiri and his wife hitched a ride in President Lazarus Chakwera's plane.
Malawi's minister of information, Gospel Kazako told eNCA that there was no way the president would have allowed that to happen. Last week, Bushiri and his wife were granted bail of R200 000 each and they have broken their bail conditions as they are not allowed to travel outside of South Africa.
In other news, a lot of South Africans are reading the news that the Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary have fled Mzansi for their home country of Malawi and saying, "I told you so."
Mzansi has taken to social media to share their reactions of shock, disbelief and resignation that the Bushiri's have made the South African justice system look like a joke.
The Bushiri's fled SA claiming that their lives were in danger and wanted South Africa to agree to certain conditions in order for them to return.
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