Bushiri gives K7mil plus maize, blankets to Mzuzu prison: Malawi prophet also donates to hospital

His quest has been unstoppable. South African based Malawian Prophet who is also leader and founder of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church Prophet Shepherd Bushiri on Thursday gave MK7 million to Mzuzu Prison on top of maize and blankets donations.

Bushiri giving out maize to the inmates
Bushiri giving out maize to the inmates
Chipapapa:  Bushiri interacting with the inmates at Mzuzu prison
Chipapapa: Bushiri interacting with the inmates at Mzuzu prison
Beneficiaries of Bushiri maize donation at Zolozolo in Mzuzu
Beneficiaries of Bushiri maize donation at Zolozolo in Mzuzu

Speaking soon after the ceremony in Mzuzu, the ‘Major 1’ Bushiri said he was touched when he learnt what inmates are going through at the prison.

“I shed tears when the officer-in-charge explained the conditions that inmates are going through at this prison. The feeling to help them was just too much in my heart and I believe my donations will make a difference,” said the Man of God.

Bushiri 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,” said Bushiri.

Speaking during the ceremony, Wasili who is the Officer in Charge for Mzuzu Prison thanked Prophet Shepherd Bushiri for the donations saying “Its timely.”

“I can’t thank him enough but this is what we have been waiting for.

“We have so many inmates here and it has been worrying us all seeing the conditions which they are going through. This donation has come at a right time and we will make use if this. We will also share the brackets with other prisons in the North,” said Wasili.

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

Bushiri also took his charitable donations to St Johns Hospital in Mzuzu and distribute relief maize to thousands at Zolozolo community in Mzuzu.

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Gift boniface
Gift boniface
4 years ago

Ok

mahomwa baracks
mahomwa baracks
4 years ago

I will never judge but What bushiri is doing is good exam
ple than our stupid leader …..

G.Mapepu
4 years ago

Enanu mukungofuna atamapatsa inuyo chumacho.mukhawula,mulapa mungowona kusiya mipingo yanu. Adyera tikukuonani thawi imeneyi.Sizoti mumusokoneze muthu wa Mulunguyu ndi dyera lanulo apa. Muli kumbuyo kwa ndani eeeeee izooo zi athu zopanda manyazi. Mwapusitsa ndi kupotoza azineneri ochuluka m’mbuyomu pano mwati koma kwa Boshri poti kwanona,zokuchucha.Okey tiyeni muwona mapeto ake ndi dyera lanulo.

bubu
4 years ago

wow thats realy amaizing

DIVINE MODUPEOLUWA
DIVINE MODUPEOLUWA
4 years ago

THE BEST AMONG THE REST…….YOU ARE A BLESSING FOR OUR GENERATION, KEEP IT UP PAPA, AND IT WILL B WELL WITH YOU AND YOUR MINISTRY…..I LOVE YOU MAJOR 1

shemstone
shemstone
4 years ago

blessed is the hand that gives he is doing the work of God

shemstone
shemstone
4 years ago

that is good

Timothy
4 years ago

Hope of Glory for the People…Heaven has responded,a solution has been given.Where are all those people who were speaking evil things about my Prophet Shepherd Bushiri.Some were saying,he’s Fake while others said he must sell his Properties to help the needy,Where and who is the devil now?? Thank you Major 1,may God increase ur Territory in Jesus name!!

kanyika
kanyika
4 years ago

Thanx Major for help,leader by example,osati kungofinyila mtumba ndalama anthu akulira ndi njala Mmakwalaramu .

CC
CC
4 years ago

Where is Bushiri getting the maize if our own Leaders are failing to give us any

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