Three warrants of arrest have been issued for self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri.The three warrants were issued on 19 November by the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court.

The warrants relate to two different cases allegedly registered in 2018, and a third rape case registered in 2020.

Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) leader denied the rape allegations levelled against him

Three warrants of arrest for different rape cases have been issued for self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri, who fled the country earlier this month.

News24 previously reported that the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) leader denied the rape allegations levelled against him, stating that the Hawks were “intimidating women” to lay false charges against him.

Bushiri’s comments followed an eTV interview with two women who claimed that they were raped by the him.

It has not yet been determined if these cases are linked to the two women that were interviewed.