There is a march scheduled today around 10:00am tagged  #FakeProphetsMustFall march. According to the organizers of the match, they are calling on all victims who may have been scammed by a fake prophet.

Popular Pastor Prophet Bushiri who was added to the list has come out to fight back through his lawyer. Bushiri’s lawyer Bright Rikhotso of B Rikhotso Attorneys has turned to the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, in a bid to remove the Malawian from the list of prophets published on social media by organiser of the march Martins Antonio

In court papers, Rikhotso, acting for Bushiri, wrote: “As you may already be aware, on Friday March 9, 2018, our client launched an urgent application to interdict the following people from publishing further statements that defame our client: Mr Antonio Martins; Mr Solomon Ashoms, and Mr Charles Farai (the respondents).

“The application speaks for itself. We want to make our client’s position abundantly clear: the object of the letters and urgent application is not to stop the march against false prophets.”

Rikhotso said Ashoms and Farai deleted every post defaming the Malawian-born prophet, but Martins did not reply to the order.

He reiterated that he merely wanted Bushiri’s name “removed from all the drama”. “We need to get one thing clear; we are not saying the march shouldn’t go on; in fact you can even join if you want.

“ All we want is for our client’s name to be removed from Antonio’s Facebook posts as he is always including Bushiri’s name in all his posts. He is defaming our client and we want him to stop,” Rikhotso said.

Source:- IOL

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