South Africans Celebrate Painful Death Of Bushiri’s Daughter (8)
Prophet Bushiri’s daughter Israella died today in hospital at the age of 8.
She was suffering from a rare disease that required a bone marrow transplant.
Her death was announced on social media by her father;
Her death unexpectedly came at a difficult time for the leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) and his wife Mary Bushiri.
The controversial prophet and his wife face a series of charges that keep on pilling up by the day.
They initially face fraud, money laundering and theft charges by the South African government.
But the two escaped the country and are now facing fresh charges that include contravening provisions of the Immigration Act and breaking bail condition.
Their luxurious R5.5 million mansion in Centurion was set to be auctioned to the highest bidder following their escape. This because they had forfeited it to the state as part of their bail.
Twitter went abuzz following the announcement of Bushiri’s death.
There are mixed feelings over her death from both well-wishers and the general South Africans.
While many are mourning together with the family;
— TheSafePlace (@denoyagel1) March 29, 2021
Rest Well Israella Bushiri
— W I N I E F R E D (@Smazibuko9) March 29, 2021
#Bushiri I don’t condone the things bushiri did to south Africans but eish loosing a child is soo sad
as a mother I can’t celebrate this, it’s painful…….
— 06_02_2020(@Porschea_M) March 29, 2021
Some South Africans are raising sensitive issues over her death;
Remember this!!! He brought back a child from the dead but he can’t bring back his own from the dead
J Israel once said the snake will want the blood of the loved ones!
May her soul rest in peace #Bushiripic.twitter.com/xKqpZEzd2S
— Nyiko (@Nyiko09205909) March 29, 2021
Imagine feeling sorry for someone who brainwashed grandparents & parents made them believe in his healing powers while his family was going to hospitals an getting treatment with offerings meant for the Lord’s work. #Bushiripic.twitter.com/u7Iva7BJ2o
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) March 29, 2021