Bushiri headlines Spirit Embassy conference

HARARE - South Africa-based self-styled prophet Shepherd Bushiri will arrive in Zimbabwe this week to grace Uebert Angel’s The Good News Church (Spirit Embassy)’s two-day conference.

The conclave is pencilled for Friday and Saturday at City Sports Centre in the capital, Harare.

The Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) leader, who claims he is mightily used by God in prophetic, healing and deliverance ministries, will be headlining the conference together with Angel’s wife Beverly, aka “BeBe” or “Bareness Bulldozer.”

The Christian preacher, who has over 240 000 followers on Facebook and another 13 000 on Twitter, has been mocked in the past for sensationally-claiming he was head of a made up organisation called Affrici, that he can “enter the spirit realm” and that God blessed him with a private jet — which no one is allowed to see.

The self-styled prophet’s attempt to prove he can “walk on air” recently fell flat after footage showed one of the men who helped to suspend Bushiri in the air to make it look as though he was floating catches the man’s shadow as the self-styled prophet’s feet return to solid ground.

After previously being labelled a fake, Bushiri invited cameras into his home to prove he can pull of the levitating trick.

His spiritual father Angel is not coming for the Zimbabwe conference.

“... BeBe will jet into Zimbabwe with her spiritual son, ECG Prophet Bushiri, who has one of the biggest prophetic churches in South Africa, and rapidly growing influence in Africa,” a pastor with The Good News Church organising the conference told the Daily News.

“Thousands have already registered their interest in the conference, from within and outside Zimbabwe.

“The conference will be for free as April 22 and 23 are the dates that God will meet His people and deal with their issues.”

He said the focus of the two-day event is to “win souls to Christ.”

“Everything that will be done here by the prophets serves to bring people to knowledge of Jesus Christ,” he said.

Comments (1)

Whatever happened to the $100 Billion AFRICCI scam invented by conman Bushiri ?

pigskin honky - 31 July 2018

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