Prophet Shepherd Bushiri Fans Can Meet The Fugitive 'Prophet' For R7 000

Self-proclaimed Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is once again making headlines. The controversial religious leader is hosting an International Visitor's Programme from 11 to 14 December 2020 in Lilongwe, Malawi.


The cost for this service, which includes a face-to-face meeting, is reportedly R7 000. This excludes travel costs but does include accommodation for the three-day trip. The official Facebook page for Bushiri made the announcement earlier this week.

Bushiri also announced a Miracle Night Crossover at the Bingu Stadium in Malawi on 31 December. The post regarding this also included a section where they asked followers to send in promotional videos.
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri Fans Can Meet The Fugitive 'Prophet' For R7 000
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri Fans Can Meet The Fugitive 'Prophet' For R7 000

The Citizen reported that the meet-and-greet-styled religious gathering would cost R7 000 a head. "Major 1's" Facebook page announced the visitor's programme which included a +27 South African number as one of the contact details.

The video shared seemed quite professional as they explained that followers would be able to meet Bushriri. They did not confirm the price of the face-to-face meeting but rather requested that a number or email address be provided to be contacted.

Take a look at the post below:

Briefly.co.za recently reported on Bushiri and his wife Mary after the Malawian government confirmed that arrest warrants were underway. The Malawian government announced the preparation of the arrest warrants just a week after the South African government filed an extradition request for the controversial religious leaders.

The couple fled Mzansi last month after being released on R200 000 bail each. The Bushiris along with their co-accused are facing charges of money laundering, theft and fraud worth more than R100 million.

TimesLive reported that Gospel Kazako, Malawi's Minister of Information, stated that the attorney-general is preparing to acquire the signature of the Malawian Minister of Homeland Security. IOL reported that once the minister had signed the documents, they would be submitted to the court for the issuance of warrants of arrest.

Source: Briefly.co.za


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