January 18, 2021


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Protests threat at South African embassies?

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The Pan African Christian Business Forum has released a statement through its Acting Chief executive threatening protests across South African embassies across Africa.

Apostle Nicholas Ncube the CEO of PACBF released the following statement below.

Press Release

Pan African Christian Business Forum (PACBF) To stage a protest against the onslaught on men of God in South Africa

The Pan African Christian Business Forum notes with concern the attack on Christian leaders in South Africa.

As a Christian grouping we are bound by the teachings of Christ and the Apostles. We stand firm on the Bible and in this case a particular scripture found in 1 Corinthians 1:10 “I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought.”

We are united in calling for the protection of Prophet Shepherd and Mary Bushiri’s as well as all servants of God’s rights and dignity. While they are not immune to the law we believe that they must be treated fairly without prejudice.

We note with concern the media onslaught and mudslinging against them as well as political posturing to sway public and legal attention against them. We equally note with concern a similar attack on Miz Tancredi. We are aware of plots to similarly tarnish others such as Dr. Isaiah Brian Sovi and many other Generals in the body of Christ

As the Pan African Christian Business Forum we will be holding drive in demonstrations at South African embassies across Africa to voice our displeasure on the attack on Christian leaders in South Africa.

We will release dates and times for this action soon after consultation with all stakeholders.

APOSTLE Nick Ncube
PACBF Acting Chief Executive

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