Bishop Makamu offered R1 million ‘to make it go away’

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Bishop Israel Makamu. Photo: Instagram
Bishop Israel Makamu. Photo: Instagram

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Father rejected the ‘dirty money’; says all he wants is for Makamu to apologise.

Popular TV presenter Bishop Israel Makamu allegedly offered R1 million to the family of a woman who claims he sexually harassed her when she was a teenager working at his church. But her father rejected the “dirty money” because all he wanted was for him to apologise.

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