- An old video of controversial leader Shepherd Bushiri 'preaching' to his congregants has been shared to Twitter
- The video starts off with Bushiri asking an unknown lady a few questions before moving her to the front of the congregation
- Bushiri then proceeds to describe crazy details of the woman's house while his supporters scream and cheer in the background
South African musician DJ Shimza shared a very worrying video of controversial religious leader Shepherd Bushiri. In the video, Bushiri calls a lady up and proceeds to ask her if she is working or if she is a student.
He then brings her to the front of the congregation. Once there, he asks for permission to enter her house. Bushiri then proceeds to describe, in detail, what her house looks like from the outside before making his way inside.
He begins to describe that she has a four-plate stove and one of the plates does not work. The congregants begin to cheer and scream as Bushiri describes the inside of the unknown woman's refrigerator.
Take a look at the harrowing clip posted by DJ Shimza below:
Take a look at some of the responses to the video below:
"I want to see pictures of the house mna..."
"When does he preach the word of God?"
"How can I guy who sees this fear for his life? I mean he has God but his side he has nothing to fear."
"Majooor aii no he’s too much. What does all of this have to do with her life?"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Shepherd and Mary Bushiri allegedly escaped through the Beitbridge border. According to a report the controversial religious leaders allegedly paid officials at the post in order to escape.
Media and social media alike have been abuzz since the news emerged that the couple had fled to Malawi. From their bail conditions, the Bushiris risk forfeiting their R5.5m property. They have already forked out a whopping R400 000 as they were released on R200 000 bail each.
It's also been reported that the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court issued the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) with a warrant of arrest for The Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church leader and his wife.
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