The late leader of the International Pentecost Holiness Church, Glayton Modise, and his wife Mamohau Modise, in Zuurbekom, Johannesburg. Picture: Veli Nhlapo
The late reverend Glayton Modise of the International Pentecost Holiness Church probably died a broke and broken man after allegedly being swindled out of nearly R30-million.
Modise, who died in February , had been fighting an alleged scamster since 2009 in a bid to recover the millions he invested in a bogus agricultural project.
According to a police statement seen by Sunday World, the late man of the cloth initially invested R21-million before the con man requested more funds for the venture.
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