Bushiri leads Prophets Unity of Malawi to give flood victims relief aid

The newly established Prophets Unity of Malawi on Tuesday donated clothes and money amounting to K1.2 million to flooding victims in Nchalo, Chikwawa district.

Bushiri carries a sack containing clothing

Bushiri carries a sack containing clothing

The prophets presenting relief aid

The prophets presenting relief aid

The grouping of over 15 prophets made their donations to Sammy’s II Camp which has 2,186 people affected the devastating floods that hit the country in the past two months.

One of the prophets, Shepard Bushiri said they felt it proper to join hands and assist those affected by the floods that have left thousands of people across the country destitute.

“Our greatest gift is the love for you. There is no one such poor that can’t give, and there is no one such rich that can’t receive,” Bushiri consoled the affected people at the camp.

Bushiri offered hope to the victims, saying “Our prayers will work wonders on your plight. Expect miracles. God won’t forsake you. Our visit signifies that God sees and feels your situation.”

He then assured people that the situation would normalize, adding “In one Christ we felt it proper to join hands and to serve the needy. Our gifts might be little but it’s from deep down of our hearts.”

Chikwawa District Council Chairperson, Dyson Manjolo said was happy with the donation as it will help to meet the daily needs of the affected people.

Bushiri presents the donation

Bushiri presents the donation

Manjolo said through the district’s Social Protection Committee, they would ensure the donated items and funds reach the affected people following complaints that most of the donated items were being misappropriated by the officials.

The Prophets Unity of Malawi is expected to make other donations to other flooding victims in the district as well as other parts of the country apart from individual ministries’ donations.

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Banda Mzika ya Malawi
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Praise the Lord for you are well organised to form a Prophets Unity through which good work is done as is seen today. It is timely. We thank you. May God bless you our prophets. AMEN

peter
Guest

We thank God for u prophets of the most High may God continue to bless u

Chiphwisicha ntchetche
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Chiphwisicha ntchetche

hahahahahahah zonse zija mumaedyela anthu basi kupeleka zomwezi……..hahahahahah mbala izi

Boyd Mwansa
Guest
Some of the comments and criticism directed at the Prophets are extremely unfortunate to say the least. In actual fact, it seems nothing that the Men of God will do will ever be appreciated by some of us. We are bent on tarnishing the image of the prophets at every opportunity. If the men of God had not taken any step to try and reach out to the disaster victims, we would have been the first to judge them by their inaction. Let us search ourselves individually: what have some of us done to reach out to the disaster victims?… Read more »
daniel theu
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Ambuye alemekezeke.

mangochi kabwafu
Guest

Prophets? my foot

joy
Guest

Why judging others (especially Prophets) of their gifts to the needy, they have done what our God commands us to do, since the bible says “blessed is the hand that giveth” THEY HAVE OBTAINED THEIR BLESSINGS and they are not the same. Let me ask those who are speaking bad of our prophets, HAVE YOU EVER PRAYED FOR FLOOD VICTIMS THAT GOD SHOULD PROTECT THEM? that is the only question I can ask you because I know that you do not or can not give but judging men of God. WATCH OUT lest you be cursed.

Chawanangwa Mlori
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God will bless the hand that give. Each gift someone gives has its blessings be it the secret one or the public one. Remember the Lord one some occasions gave for all to see. On one occasion he turn water into wine because there was a need and on another He blessed the small fishes and a small loaf of bread to feed the hungry masses. No matter in what spirit it was given but the end result is that someone who is out not the fault of theirs are down and out will be blessed by such give a… Read more »
ISAAC FUNGULANI
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That’s very nice job.

Rudolf Phiri
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Don’t get me wrong, giving is an essential part of being a Christian and its biblical and these prophets need to be commended for it. I am not judging the prophets mind you, but where you do not understand you inquire to seek clarification. All I am saying by quoting Matthew 6 is , how can one reconcile these public displays with that scripture. if it can be explained out and it is ok then fine and good. But when the bible says touch not my anointed, it does not mean that people cannot ask for clarifications where they are… Read more »

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