Fugitive Malawian pastor, Shepherd Bushiri, has said he doesn’t mind losing his palatial home in South Africa after a judge ordered it to be seized.
“My right to life is more important
than any asset in this world,” the self-declared prophet said in a
A magistrate had ordered Bushiri and his
wife, Mary, to hand over the title deed of the South African property when they
were granted bail on charges of money laundering and fraud.
The couple deny the charges.
It emerged last week that they had fled to
their home country of Malawi. The pastor said he had made a “tactical
withdrawal” because they feared for their lives.
The home, which is near the capital,
Pretoria, is valued at 5.5m South African rand (Ksh39.2 million), according to
South Africa has issued an arrest warrant
for the couple, and wants Malawi to extradite them.
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