Prophet Bushiri constructs K10mil fence at Mzuzu Prison: ECG humanitarian works

The leader and founder of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is constructing a fence at Mzuzu Prison, with a budget amounting to an approximate of MK10 million.

Work at Mzuzu prison

Work at Mzuzu prison

Chipapapa:  Bushiri interacting with the inmates at Mzuzu prison

Chipapapa: Bushiri interacting with the inmates at Mzuzu prison

On February 19 2016, the man of God, along with his entourage paid a visit to Mzuzu Prison where donations of various items were handed out and it is during this visit that the Prophet  pledged to construct a wall at the prison.

For a long time the management at the said site was failing to use cell blocks that were constructed outside the main fense. Reasons are traced back to lack of security and fear of misconduct between inmates and management.

The lack of use thereof has, however, burdened the prison for a long time as it resulted in poor sanitation and congestion among inmates, specially during sleeping hours.

“I shed tears when the officer-in-charge explained the conditions that inmates are going through at this prison. I was so overwhelmed and felt it deep in my heart that i should help them out to the best of my ability. I believe my donations will make a difference,” Bushiri enunciated to the local papers then.

He also explained that Jesus died for those weak in faith, citing that his obligation as a spiritual leader is to help such lost sheep.

“I know people might not understand why am doing this, but if you read your bible very well, you will realise that Jesus never despised sinners. Actually, the first person to whom he guaranteed salvation was a thief that he was hanged with,” he said.

A few months after the pledge towards the construction of the wall, reliable  sources have revealed that  work is in progress. It’s been said that the money donated by Bushiri earlier  was not enough to cater for the entire construction, however, the Prophet stretched his help even further by donating an extra MK2.5 million.

“The Prophet had this project at heart. His heart was immensely grieved at the mere sight of the prison and since  his visit  he has been asking and monitoring the progress. Fortunately, the management of the prison has done a great job. Confirmed reports received in my office reveal that the wall will be up soon and that inmates will finally use the blocks that were outside. The Prophet really loves the country and the welfare of people,” explained Kelvin Sulugwe, Prophet Bushiri’s Public Relations Officer.

According to statistics at the prison, the place was built to accommodate 200 inmates, however, it has over 500 inmates, a scenario that has brought about unspeakable problems at the institution.

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15 thoughts on “Prophet Bushiri constructs K10mil fence at Mzuzu Prison: ECG humanitarian works”

  1. Kaji says:

    Lets appreciate what Man Of God is doing for this country.Credit should go where it is due.Understand the story first before commenting.Bushiri is not a Politian thats fear of unknown.Those who are commenting silly comments are boot likers of politians,woe to you

  2. “I know people might not understand why am doing this, but if you read your bible very well, you will realise that Jesus never despised sinners”. Bushiri is really a dunderhead in all speres of life, to be a prisoner does not guarantee you to be a sinner, pena pake mawu a mulungu amafunikanso ka sukulu pang’ono

  3. Exultant says:

    Deliver people man of God not what you are doing. All else you should tell people that you are a politician.

    1. gunsary says:

      Akapandanso kuthandiza mudzimunena eti…….. tamayamikani zinazi

  4. Exultant says:

    What lesson can you teach here out of the bible? I thought instead of maximizing prison you were suppose to conduct continuous prayers so that the country should have less crimes. In other words that explains that you giving a room for satan to conceive people so that they should be brought forward to maximum prison.

    May God bless land of Malawi so that there should be no crime anymore. Amen.

    1. Dan says:

      That’s one of the biggest problems we have as Malawians. So you think by just praying to God crime will decrease in Malawi? Action my friend, action. With that mentality my friend, Malawi will never develop. Let me ask u, how many times have we prayed for good rains and good harvest in Malawi? up to the extent of organising National Prayers for the same. But have we been having good rains and bumper harvests? a big NOOO, you know why? we don’t put in efforts. you cant irrigate, you wantonly cut down trees, you give free fertilize to a 90yrs old feller instead of those that are in a productive age, etc ……. it doesn’t work that way

  5. Mkuphwasika says:

    Ndiye mpanda ndi zipinda zogonamo chofunikila ndichiyani?

    1. gunsary says:

      Mpanda

      1. Kangwazi says:

        Join the discussion

        Dan

        26 minutes 13 seconds ago

        Amwene, welengani nkhaniyo bwinobwino musanayambe kuzuzula or kunyoza. Akuti Ma Cell blocks (Nyumba zogonamo akayidi) zinamangidwa kale zilipo (New ones), koma anazimanga kunja kwa mpanda. Ndiye a Malawi Prisons amalephela kuzigwilisa ntchito nyumbazo chifukwa amaopa kuti akayidi atha kuthawa. mapeto ake ndekuti akayidiwo amadzadzanabe mu nyumba zakalekalezo. nde Bushiri akumanga mpanda ku nyumba zapanopazo kuti akayidi ena azasamukile kumeneko nde walakwisa?

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        For a long time the management at the said site was failing to use cell blocks that were constructed outside the main fence. Reasons are traced back to lack of security and fear of misconduct between inmates and management. The lack of use thereof has, however, burdened the prison for a long time as it resulted in poor sanitation and congestion among inmates, specially during sleeping hours

    2. Dan says:

      Amwene, welengani nkhaniyo bwinobwino musanayambe kuzuzula or kunyoza. Akuti Ma Cell blocks (Nyumba zogonamo akayidi) zinamangidwa kale zilipo (New ones), koma anazimanga kunja kwa mpanda. Ndiye a Malawi Prisons amalephela kuzigwilisa ntchito nyumbazo chifukwa amaopa kuti akayidi atha kuthawa. mapeto ake ndekuti akayidiwo amadzadzanabe mu nyumba zakalekalezo. nde Bushiri akumanga mpanda ku nyumba zapanopazo kuti akayidi ena azasamukile kumeneko nde walakwisa?

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      For a long time the management at the said site was failing to use cell blocks that were constructed outside the main fence. Reasons are traced back to lack of security and fear of misconduct between inmates and management. The lack of use thereof has, however, burdened the prison for a long time as it resulted in poor sanitation and congestion among inmates, specially during sleeping hours

      1. Jailosi says:

        Thanks brother. Anthuwa amakhala ngati sanamve and yet the story is very clear.

  6. daniel mapulanga says:

    Thanks man of God

  7. danie says:

    Akayidi amavutika malo ogonadi.tathokoza man of God

    1. make sikono says:

      ndiye akayidiwo azikagonano pampanda? koma zinazi ukamva, palibe chothokoza apa. This is a project that benefits the prison staff and not the prisoners mxiii

      1. Dan says:

        Amwene, welengani nkhaniyo bwinobwino musanayambe kuzuzula or kunyoza. Akuti Ma Cell blocks (Nyumba zogonamo akayidi) zinamangidwa kale zilipo (New ones), koma anazimanga kunja kwa mpanda. Ndiye a Malawi Prisons amalephela kuzigwilisa ntchito nyumbazo chifukwa amaopa kuti akayidi atha kuthawa. mapeto ake ndekuti akayidiwo amadzadzanabe mu nyumba zakalekalezo. nde Bushiri akumanga mpanda ku nyumba zapanopazo kuti akayidi ena azasamukile kumeneko nde walakwisa?

        Read this Paragraph

        For a long time the management at the said site was failing to use cell blocks that were constructed outside the main fence. Reasons are traced back to lack of security and fear of misconduct between inmates and management. The lack of use thereof has, however, burdened the prison for a long time as it resulted in poor sanitation and congestion among inmates, specially during sleeping hours

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