Prophet Bushiri ‘forgives’ and reunites with Prophet Megas, Kelvin Sulugwe

South Africa-based Malawian prophet Shepherd Bushiri of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) shocked the world, at large, and his congregants, in particular, during the Monday night Diplomatic Service in Pretoria when he announced his re-union with his former spiritual sons Prophet Sam Megas and Kelvin Sulugwe.

Prophetic re-union: Sam Megas and .’Papa’ Bushiri

Sulugwe (left) and ‘Major 1’ Had a catch up

Prophet Megas, who was once raised in the home of Prophet Bushiri in Lilongwe, was gloomed into a prophet and subsequently used to be Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG)’s pastor for Limpopo branch. He fell out with the Prophet last year and started his own ministry.

Sulugwe used to be Prophet Bushiri’s Public Relations officer but he, too, fell out and joined Prophet Megas as a personal assistant. The two are still together.

Announcing the reunion, Prophet Bushiri could not hide the joy of gesture, saying he is happy his sons are back and he will do anything to cover their back.

On Prophet Megas,  the ‘Major 1’ Prophet Bushiri hailed him saying: “Where he was, he was being told everyday to fight me. I am happy he resisted the temptation and stood by me. I feel great praying with him in my church. I am telling you God will move in a special way and the entire world will know that you are a son of Major 1.”

With a smile on his face, Prophet Bushiri also spoke on welcoming Sulugwe to his church.

The ‘Papa’ said: “He is my son, he used to be my PRO and he did great things for me and my ministry. I am happy that he came to me and told me that he needs forgiveness. As a father, I am happy and, just like I told Prophet Megas, he will always have my backing.”

And posting a photo of himself and Bushiri on Instragram, Sulugwe a former Nyasa Times journalist turned PR guru wrote: “Fresh from the camera. It’s been an awesome day spending it with Major 1, Prophet Shephered Bushiri. We had to catch up.”

Prophet Megas and Sulugwe’s gesture comes barely a day after Prophet Bushiri also forgave a Zimbabwean Prophet Rodds Zimbabwe and South African Prophet Themba both from Charis Missionary Church for fighting him.

The two came last Sunday at ECG to confess their influenced roles in attacking Prophet Bushiri and sought forgiveness, saying they realized they were sowing confusion in the body of Christ.

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Katungwe
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Katungwe

kkkkkkkkkkkkk Prophetic reunion???????? May God forgive us forever. Amen

Frieda kanaela
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Frieda kanaela

Thanks very much papa Major 1 for you forgave your sons the devil is a lair they were just used by the devil, thank you God of Major 1!!

getrude
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getrude

Is this a national event????????????????????

John
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John

How can we dethrone these Prophet scammers from Christianity? It pains me that people look at Prophet as a career as there is nobody to challenge them. I wish I had money I would sue of some of these prophets.

ananveruwa akumaluwa
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ananveruwa akumaluwa

KAYA ZANU IZO MUKUZIWANA INE BOLA ZANGA ZIKUYENDA

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hahaha! Komaditu zinazi ahh

Listen and Love
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People who forgive shape my heart to do the same to others. 1. If we really want to love, we must learn to forgive. Mother Theresa. 2. Always forgive your enemies- nothing annoys them so much. Oscar Wilde. 3. Good to forgive; best to forget. Robert Browning. 4. Forgiveness does not change the past but it does enlarge the future. Paul Lewis Boese. 5. Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies. Nielson Mandela. 6. To forgive is to set the prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you. Lewis B. Smedes. 7. Forgiveness… Read more »

che nnungu
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Impressive. God bless you Papa

Chinganingani
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Ephraim Nyondo,watch out.You may end up being disappointed on your job with the coming in of Sulugwe.The war is not yet over

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