Sherpard Bushiri followers here in South Africa could be in for a treat as their "papa " is set to return back to South Africa- even if it will only be on tv.
According to Sunday World, Bushiri has been in contact with a local TV channel with the hopes of having his own show. Controversial self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri has asked TV channel Moja Love to include him in the production of a series on his life story or else.
Bushiri fled the country last year after being granted R200 000 bail for crimes including corruption., money laundering and racketeering amongst others. He has also been accused of multiple rapes by young women who were members of his church, the Enlighten Christian Centre, ECG, in Pretoria West. Bushiri and his wife mary have been trying to evade the South African law that is trying to extradite them back to South Africa to come answer for their sins.
The channel has not said anything about the proposed show, while Bushiri's camp is also yet to divulge information on what the show will be about. It is also yet to be established if the Bushiri's will come back to the country for this said show.
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