Bushiri’s trucks of cement to enter Malawi: Prophet to fund secondary schools construction

South Africa-based Malawian, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, leader and founder of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church International (ECG) has unveiled his plan to fund secondary schools construction in Malawi.

Major 1 Bushiri : To construct schools in Malawi

Major 1 Bushiri : To construct schools in Malawi

Bushiri made the revelations to Nyasa Times in an exclusive interview f explaining that he has secured millions of bags of cement to help with the project.

He said the project aims to make education available to Malawi youth especially those in rural areas.

“We need to make Malawi a better place to live. Most of the ignorance we have is as a result of illiteracy. I want to take a leading role in giving a future to our young ones with quality education,” said Bushiri.

He further explained that the project will target rural areas and said he would simply fund people building secondary schools, whether private or public institutions..

Bushiri said he will disclose the projected budget for the project.

Asked how he plans to go about it in relation to the lukewarm reception he is getting  from government, Bushiri said he will do all the paper work and follow every protocol.

“I know they have been saying I don’t consult them, well, I will do all the paper work and make sure they are involved where necessary,” said Bushiri.

“But let me make it clear that I will directly fund the projects that will be selected and not give money to government. Otherwise, I love government and I respect our President. He is the father of the nation and I am loyal to his leadership unless they want to push me away deliberately,” said Bushiri.

Bushiri- fondly called ‘Major 1 –  said he is not afraid of what is going and he will stand strong saying “Poison in a cup can kill but same amount of poison if put in Lake Malawi is no longer poison. It takes how small or big you are to be affected with such baseless allegations. Malawi is now wise even a villager can judge that I aim for a better Malawi.”

Pressed to comment on scathing allegations peddled against him by his detractors, Bushiri said he would not dignify them with his comment but the posterity will judge him leniently.

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watson. kachala



lets leave bushiri out how many rich malawians r dea what do they do with thear money major 1 keep it up God bles u

kholowa mkabudula
Them pipo who refuses or talk much they are better off while villagers are dying becaz of poverty. Our President is a multi millionaire ,but what is he doing with the money? What about all these who are helping the president to rip off poor malawians what are they doing after wards, nothing,but just eager to put down those who are motivated to help with their personal money. What ever source the money is take it and thank the Lord he is the one who judges not us evil pipo who are full of gossiping,adultery , Keep up man may… Read more »
J.L Mzembe

Ooh i wonder how people talking about no sense! Major Prophet Bushiri keep it up you are almost like Joseph, bail out MW

smoki boy



while I am not a fan of bushiri and his miracle money, I salute his gesture of helping people. wherever he gets his monies, only God knows. but surely he is doing a good turn with it. continue doing good and good will come back to you


God bless Bushiri


You are doing the good job pls donate to our school we have dilapidated classrooms on December 2015 two of our classroom bown by wind pls man of our savior donate four classrooms and administration block.limpopo,vhembe district


It’s time the opposition rallied behind Prophet Bushiri for presidency in 2019. He has what it takes to take the country forward. He is capable if running government in a much more superior manner that the statue at state house.


why pipo talks nonsenses hav u ever seen blood money somewhere?

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