South Africa  newspaper celebrates Prophet Bushiri’s giving spirit: ‘He is a giver not taker!’

Daily Sun  the biggest daily newspaper in South Africa has published a story which celerbrate  Malawian prophet Shepherd Bushiri for his donations to the community,  screaming with a headling ‘Major 1 is one hell of a giver, not a taker!’

Show of humbleness and humility: Bushiri giving to the poor

Bushiri, leader of the  Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church is also known as ‘Major 1’.

The ‘Major 1’ and his team have been distributing food parcels and health kits among vulnerable communities since the coronavirus lockdown began in South Africa.

The parcels included meals, toiletries, sanitary pads, as well as masks and sanitisers.

“The public shouldn’t forget that the prophet is an astute businessman and philanthropist,” said  Bushiri’s spokesman, Ephraim Nyondo in quotes reported by the paper.

He said Bushiri is the church’s number one donor and gives to the poor unconditionally.

“He assists the church when it’s unable to satisfy its debts,” he said.

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Teresq
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Teresq

The first time lm seeing people acknowledge the prophet in a paper.Im not a member of Ecg bt this is a prophet who has people at heart and a major prophet of our time.l salute the prophet.

Yoyo
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Yoyo

Bushiri is a bussiness man&has many bussinesses&we all know that. What he gives comes from his bussinesses. Tithe & offerings can not make him give like that. He gives in many SADC Countries including Malawi, do u think tithe&offerrings can accommodate all his givings?How many Prophet do we have in South Africa who have big churches yet they dont give like him? Iwe Anzelu ndi Anzelu u are a fool &a jealosy man thats why u talk like shit. Why cant u give urself?where have u given b4 with the little u have? Give credit where it is due. Even… Read more »

Mpho
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Mpho

Thanks my father God bless you more

Anzelu ndi Anzelu
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Anzelu ndi Anzelu

Koma zina muziganiza ndithu. How can a church with 120 thousand plus weekly attendance in South Africa be assisted by an individual when it struggles to settle its debts? In terms of tithes and offerings, you are looking at millions of rands. Bushiri is a big time thief. No wonder the Hawks are on his case. He steals millions with his left hand and distribute a few thousands with his right hand and all the gullible ones are busy applauding him as a giver not a taker. Bushiri can fool all of you, ndi ufulu wanu to be fooled but… Read more »

Yadah David
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Yadah David

I’m a proud member of ECG in Pretoria. Who told you that we struggle with bills’ settlements? We always have excess funds that we use for developments and charity. ECG is an epitome of prosperity and beauty. Just join us, we have room for you anzeru ndi anzeru. Join us tomorrow as we will be worshipping online with our father Major 1, from 8 pm. Your life will never be the same again!!!

Jaunky
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Jaunky

Stupid comment,you will die of jealousy, in ever seen a poor being jealousy like you,you will be on the same position for the rest of your life

Yadah David
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Yadah David

That’s Major 1, a living legend… giving is his life. No wonder God bless him so much . We can all learn from this great son of Malawi. In stead of stealing money meant from the needy or taxpayers money , let’s start reaching out to the needy in our communities. Let’s start helping the vulnerable in our villages and townships. We all have a lot to learn from Major 1.
May God continue to bless you abundantly daddy. You lead the way, others follow

Chilungamo
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Chilungamo

Why are you obsessed to tell us that he is a giver? A Nyondo tawunikaninso moyo wanu. This is not worth it

Chakwela VA Chilima
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South Africans are some of the most stupid people ever. no wonder they only got there independence in 1997. Very dull bunch. If it wasn’t for the whites that country would be worse than all of us.This man takes them for a ride. I say go Bushiri, son of Malawi akolore makopala vyonse.

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