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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Botswana Shuts Down Pastor Shepherd Bushiri's Church Over Miracle Money

Botswana has shut down the church of a controversial Malawian self-styled prophet, who claimed to walk on air.



 
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".


According to Malawi24, the Minister says no ECG branch will operate in Botswana and has since ordered that even homecell meetings of the Church should cease and desist. However ECG Church officials in Botswana have appealed to Minister Batshu to reconsider the decision.

The newspaper further reports it was the church's use of "miracle money" - promises of money appearing as if by magic - which broke the country's laws.


This is the second time for Bushiri to be on the wrong side of the government of Botswana. In May 2017 Bushiri was stopped from entering into Botswana days ahead of a planned conference at which he was to be a main speaker.

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.

The church leader is known as much for his lavish lifestyle as for his successful ministry, which stretches across Africa.

11 comments:

  1. I wish Nigeria would follow suit.All these god of men.

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    1. Laugh gently, ain't that much ass to come out anyway.

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    2. Damn that's cold 😂 😂

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  3. Imagine... What do I know sef...

    God, I pray not to use ur name in vain


    Mc pinky

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  4. This man should come to Naija,i need miracle money.

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  5. Good news,I wish these miracle churches can be shut down,misleading people since 1900.

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  6. Wen I lost my bank job in 2015, a so-called 'man of GOD' who prays wit my in-law, asked me to bring N50,000 for him to gv me some prayer points dt wld cause instant financial turnaround in my life. I told him dt why don't u gv me d prayer points first, wen d 'financial boom' comes I wld repay him sinz I ws jobless den. He said no, dt I shd get d money first, den sow it to him first. I just left his front witout saying any oda word. Let us be careful o, especially ladies(apologises if offended pls). Dis days dey don't even open churches, dey just walk up to u dt dey are prophets sent specifically to ur homes, once u fall for it, dey begin to manipulate u. This categories of 'men of GOD' go to individual homes to collect tithes nd offerings, telling dea gullible catches dt dey don't nid to drop it in dea respective churches.

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