The biggest self-proclaimed prophet has been a free man for a while now. In 2020, he fled to his home country after he was found to be doing some shady dealing and laundering money in the country of South Africa. He and his wife both left the country towards the end of the year 2020 because things were getting heated within the country. Millions have been stolen by the prophet and his wife using the church and other means of moving money.
Most people are still surprised that the prophet is not behind bars at the current moment because it was reported late last year that extradition papers were signed and the prophet would be sent back to South Africa to face the law, but nothing happened. Jacob Zuma on Sunday said something that made the whole Bushiri incident make sense. He said that the South African law has not been harsh enough on the people that commit real crimes in the country.
The whole statement shook the country as they knew that he was one of those people that the law has not punished for bad behaviour. He has been accused of corruption far too many times but still a free man. The Bushiri case has been one thing that sort of proved what Jacob Zuma talked about. With so many fake pastors in South Africa, Bushiri was supposed to be behind bars at the current moment to set an example and a standard that foreign nationals can not come into the country and take advantage of its economy.
No pastor in the country has yet to see jail for cheating many South Africans out of their money. Many are promised riches that they never get but the law just watches. Bushiri is enjoying his time at home as we speak because South African law has become extremely soft and people keep on breaking it each day and see no consequences. The former president might be wrong about many things but the issue of the law being at it's weakest is one thing he is not wrong about.
If the country's law was good and strict enough both South African former president and Bushiri will be rotting in jail for all that they have done up until this point. A lot needs to be done about this thing but the people who have the power to change the law are benefiting from it extremely. This is why the R500 billion for the Covid-19 relief grant disappeared in front of everyone's eyes but no politician or ordinary citizens has been arrested and punished for the crime. South Africa's people are the one's paying for the weakness of the law.
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