- The Hawks have asked South African citizens who have any information about the Bushiris skipping the country to come forward
- Anyone who has information on the matter can report it anonymously through the SAPS app or the Crime Stop phone number
- Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary are facing charges of alleged money laundering and fraud of over R100 million
Since the Bushiris have been on the run, South African law enforcement has been working overtime to make sure that justice is served. The Hawks have come forward and have asked the South African public to come forward, should they have any information related to Shepherd Bushiri and his wife's escape from the country.
A spokesperson for The Hawks, Colonel Katlego Mogale said that anyone who has information on this matter should contact law enforcement through the MySAPS app or the Crime Stop number and they can even do so anonymously.
“Information may also be shared directly with the Hawks through its communication officer. Information received will be treated with strict confidentiality,” said Mogale.
Mzansi government has already begun the process to extradite the Bushiris from Malawi and stand for their trial.
The couple has allegedly been involved in money laundering as well as fraud for over R100 million.
Shepherd and Mary Bushiri have forfeited their Mansion in Centurion, Pretoria and a combined R400 000 in bail fees.
In other Shepherd Bushiri news, Briefly.co.za reported Bushiri is facing arrest over 3 sexual assault charges. Self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri has continuously been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons lately and so it continues. The prophet has been issued three warrants of arrest for rape, according to eNCA. Two young women have come forward and shared their horrifying stories about the self-proclaimed prophet.
The two women had been raped and sexually violated, allegedly by Bushiri. The leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church is being investigated by the police for sexual assault, to add on to his alleged fraud and money laundering charges.
One of the ladies was a former member of the congregation who said that all she wanted was to be saved. She claimed that Bushiri would stare at her during church services, even going as far as standing next to her while he preached. He then invited her to a hotel room to pray.
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