SunReaders may recall that one of my letters warned people not to fall into the trap of foreign so-called prophets or pastors.

These criminals usually flock to Mzansi for bad reasons, ranging from human trafficking, molesting and rape of children, to robbing unsuspecting congregants of their hard-earned cash.

People should always ask themselves a few simple questions before joining their churches. Why do they come and open churches in Mzansi instead of preaching in their own countries?

These criminals have realised our justice system is so weak and can be easily manipulated.

The Bushiris should not have been granted bail in the first place, based on the severity of their case.

For the mere fact that they fled the country without anyone noticing, means terrorists can enter Mzansi and do as they please.

Now the government wants to use taxpayers’ money to bring the Bushiris back to the country, something that could have been prevented by keeping them in jail. If it was up to me, all expenses of bringing them back to Mzansi should have come from his so-called church account.

What self-proclaimed prophets Timothy Omotoso and Shepherd Bushiri did in our country should be a wake-up call for law enforcement to get rid of all fake foreign pastors.

  • Jabulani Mazibuko

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