Mkhwebane Turns To Church For Protection Against Attacks

"Yes people may do wrong, yes people are entitled to freedom of speech, but it is limited, we must remember that they might be in high positions, but they are also people," he said.

Mkhwebane Turns To Church For Protection Against Attack-Surge Zirc SA
Busisiwe Mkhwebane/Photo File: TSA

The Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane who has been in the public eye for sometime after realising various reports and probing into special state affairs especially the one of President Cyril Ramaphosa has turned to God for help.

The parliament is also intending to remove her from her position. Parliament’s justice committee was preparing to process a request by the Democratic Alliance to establish an inquiry into her fitness to hold office.

However, it is believed that Mkhwebane has been bullied harassed and intimidated as a result of her findings or what she calls ‘performing her duties effectively’

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Like some of our political leaders who have sought for God during their debacle (the likes of Jacob Zuma who turned to the priesthood when his pants where on fire and Julius Malema who went to church publicly). Mkhwebane also approached a church in Midrand where she was offered prayers and counseling.

Speaking on behalf of the church Archibishop Dr. Modiri Shole said the church was of the view that there was a dark cloud hanging over her head.  “A lot of things have happened, she has been bullied, harassed and intimidated. I thought, no we can’t sit back and watch and decided to invite her for a ceremony.

“She came in, we prayed and offered her counseling because we realised there were other sources and networks that have been formed to destroy her….”

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“It wasn’t just her, we invited other dignitaries. We have been doing this even in the past because we believe people should not be afraid or intimidated when it comes to doing their jobs.  We constantly tell them that no one but God can protect you from all the evils of this world, ” he added.

“Yes people may do wrong, yes people are entitled to freedom of speech, but it is limited, we must remember that they might be in high positions, but they are also people,” he said.

Mkhwebane said she was turning to God and she’s using her spiritual principles to fight her battles. Here is a video of her starting her spiritual journey.

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