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Mzansi left speechless this evening after shepherd Bushiri made a huge Request.


The self-declared pastor who is now on the run Shepherd Bushiri, a Malawian prosperity gospel preacher, has stated that he will only return to South Africa if officials guarantee that he will not be imprisoned. But, for now, it's business as usual, with claims that tens of thousands of devotees from over the world visit him in Malawi on a weekly basis for spiritual deliverance. 

"If South Africa satisfies the conditions for his safety, and promises they will send him to trial rather than prison like the prior time," Bushiri's spokesperson, Ephraim Nyondo, said in an emailed statement. This comes after Mudolos and Lindiwe Ntlokwane were charged with fraud, theft, and money laundering in relation to a R102 million investment scheme. Before fleeing to Malawi, Bushiri and his wife were released on bail by the same judge in November. They are currently in the process of being extradited. 

The State had filed reasons to the court as to why the case had been adjourned and required extra delay, according to Lumka Mahanjana, a spokesman for the Gauteng National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). 

The prosecution reminded the court of Willah Mudolo's refusal to seek bail when the case was first placed before the court, despite his co-requests. accused's After his co-defendants were granted bail, Willah filed for bail. The State, according to Mahanjana, has updated the court on the Bushiris' extradition procedures. 

At this time, the date of the verdict is unknown. The Mudolos' lawyer requested that the court modify their bail conditions. The petition will be heard at the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on November 30, 2021. What are your thoughts on what Bushiri said? Let us know what you think in the comments section below, and don't forget to like, share, and follow us for more great stuff.

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