Shepherd Bushiri falls into deeper trouble

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Self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri has been served with a letter of demand. Photo: Collen Mashaba
Self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri has been served with a letter of demand. Photo: Collen Mashaba

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Legal woes are mounting for fugitive Enlightened Christian Gathering Church leader Shepherd Bushiri after a Pretoria-based property company became the latest entity to take him to court for a breached lease agreement at the premises where the controversial church is headquartered.

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