False Prophet/Magician Shepherd Bushiri Kicked Out of Botswana

Bushiri charged people $80-$2,000 to attend a dinner with him!

 Botswana has shut down the church of a controversial Malawian self-styled magician prophet, who claimed to walk on air, and claimed to have “angels” appear in one of his church services with other erroneous claims that are quite frankly laughable! How this charlatan was able to establish a church in Washington DC is anyone’s guess.  

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Bushiri’s “proof” of angels in his church meeting 

The government confirmed the closure of Shepherd Bushiri’s Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) in Gaborone, reportedly due to concerns over so-called “miracle money”.

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Malawi24 reports that the church has appealed against the decision, taken less than a year after he was in effect banned from entering the country.

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He had been due to attend a conference However, Botswana minister Edwin Batshu announced in April 2017 that Mr Bushiri – who now lives in South Africa – would need a visa to enter, despite Malawians not usually needing one, according to AllAfrica.com.

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Who is Shepherd Bushiri?

  • Malawi-born magician/”prophet” who calls himself “Major One” who operates churches from Ghana to South Africa and now in Washington DC in the United States
  • Claims to have cured people of HIV and brought people back from the dead, South Africa’s Mail & Guardian says
  • Predicted the UK would split, “states” would fight and it would descend into “chaos”, the Maravi Post said in a report
  • Faked “walking on air” in a video shared widely on social media
  • Told Zimbabwe politician Kembo Mohadi he would get “the crown” before he was named vice-president, according to New Zimbabwe
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The government has now announced that the church will be shut for good, with the Botswana Gazette obtaining a letter informing management the “registration” had been cancelled.

The newspaper further reports it was the church’s use of “miracle money” – false promises of money appearing as if by magic – which broke the country’s laws.

Mr Bushiri – who has more than 2.3 million likes on Facebook and filled Johannesburg’s FNB Stadium on New Year’s Eve – and his church have yet to respond publicly.

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 Bushiri and his wife 

The church leader is known as much for his lavish lifestyle…

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 Bushiri posing in front of his mansion and luxury cars in South Africa 
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Bushiri posing beside one of his luxury cars

He came under fire last year after it emerged that he was charging between 1,000 and 25,000 rand ($80-2,000; £60-1,500) to attend a gala dinner with him, South Africa’s News24 reported.

How he was allowed to establish a “church” in the United States is anyone’s guess but it is a new trend that should be examined very carefully by the United States Government. The last thing that is needed in this country is another false prophet fleecing the American people. Listen to what is being said about him in Africa

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Bushiri allegedly introduces “anointed ATM cards” for tithes and offering payments

Shepherd Bushiri (who also addressees himself as “major one”) who reportedly recently bought a G-Wagon for his wife one month after she bought him a Rolls Royce has allegedly distributed customized ATM cards for his church members to use in paying tithes and offerings. It is not known how the alleged ATM cards are supposed to work  considering that ATM cards are issued by banks for customers who maintain accounts with them. “Bushiri has publicly showed off his private jet, fleet of cars and lavish lifestyle even as some of his church members wallow in abject poverty,” according to amonpointtv,  and verified based on my own research, just google his name and witness yourself he and his wife flaunting expensive cars, etc.

“This time around, he has introduced customized Automated Teller Machine cards with his face, for members to pay tithe money into his account,” the online television outfit claims.

A Facebook user shared the photos on social media writing, “Prophet Bushiri rolls out new ATM cards to make it easy for church followers to pay for tithes automatically every Sunday. What would Jesus say?”

Meanwhile, in an unverified Facebook wall allegedly owned by  Bushiri, he warned his congregation that there were people who tried to blackmail his ministry by linking him to all sorts of things, including the sale of anointed soaps that allegedly allow users to commit sin all day, and then wash off their sins with the soap at night. All that I know is that Bushiri has been caught in countless lies so his credibility is questionable- very questionable!

Shepherd Bushiri has yet to comment on the new allegation concerning the anointed ATM cards but like every other “allegation” he will most likely deny it.

Spiritual Deception from Malawi to America!

He is also known for publicly threatening to kill people by spiritual means if they speak against him.  America, are you SURE that you want a man such as this in your neighborhoods? I DON’T!

Malawian false “prophet” wizard and ritualist Shepherd Bushiri (his real name is Chipiliro Gama) who is also known as “major one” launched his church’s branch in Washington DC on August 31,2017. Bushiri is from Malawi and resides in Pretoria, South Africa and is known for his “walking on air” claims as well as “angels” appearing in his church. Both accounts are proven to be fabrications.  He is also known for publicly threatening to kill people by spiritual means if they speak against him.  America, are you SURE that you want a man such as this in your neighborhoods? I DON’T! He’s NOT who he claims to be people. Be prayerful and ask God to open your eyes to see this clown for who he really is because he will unfailingly unleash a form of darkness unknown to most Americans into this country!

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