Bushiri condemns fake social media reports linking him to Malawi demos

South Africa-based leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECGC) Prophet Shepherd Bushiri  has condemned fake social media reports in circulation linking him to the ongoing demonstrations in Malawi.

Prophet Bushiri: Patriotic

The fake reports purports that the ECG leader has warned MEC chairperson Jane Ansah to resign or else throw the country into chaos.

Bushiri’s spokesman Ephraim Nyondo has advised the general public to ignore the reports for they are “out rightly fake and misleading”.

He told Nyasa Times: “Prophet Bushiri is a church leader and ECG does not, directly or indirectly, get involved in the local politics of any country where we operate.”

Nyondo has also warned people behind dragging Bushiri into politics, saying the long arm of the law will catch up with them.

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Tony Benn
Tony Benn
1 year ago

When is Conman Bushiri going to apologise, repent and seek forgiveness for all those he lied to about his presidency of the $100 Billion fake AFRICCI scam fund. Was this the greatest act of fraud . Christians should pray that the deceiver Bushiri gets a very long prison sentence in S Africa.

Circle of Fools
1 year ago

Are you still able to finance governments? And eat?

APM akundiyamwa
APM akundiyamwa
1 year ago

Achitsiru awa. Just trying to appear in the news. Who said anything about Bushiri? Za ziiiii. Zomwezo kuteroko mukufuna publicity. 💩

Bushiri Follower
Bushiri Follower
1 year ago

Chitsiru ndiweyo! Ngati ulibe zolemba tangokhala chetee apa!! You will not lose anything by not writing a comment than making a fool of yourself!

APM akundiyamwa
APM akundiyamwa
1 year ago

Chitsiru cha munthu iwe Bushiri follower. Kodi a prophet akoo akadapangabe iPad tricks? Useless prophet. Nonsense man.

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