…I have gold and diamond mines in South Africa
Malawi born Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has refuted reports that he embezzled Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church funds and has suggested that money raised by church members is not enough to meet his luxurious demands.
Recently, some people who commented on Bushiri’s Facebook post – in which he announced that he has bought a new jet – argued that the controversial prophet is using church funds to buy luxurious property.
“A jet ranges from 35 million dollars, I don’t think a church can raise that money for a jet, I have mines in South Africa seven of gold, coal, diamond and I have wells of oil.
“I am planning to have a University in South Africa but I have already one in Sudan, I am also planning to have a mobile phone operating company and an International bank,” said Bushiri.
Bushiri further said he is visiting Malawi to carry out charity works in support of flood victims.
The ECG leader disclosed that he will spend K35 million in supporting people in seven districts of the country.
Bushiri’s pompous remarks are coming at a time when Malawi24 investigations have revealed that he is an impostor who claims ownership of things he has only rented.
His recent claims that he purchased a jet were torn apart by this publication owing to a lot of inconsistencies and contradictions in the story his public relations team made up.