28 September 2015 Last updated at: 8:39 PM
Bushiri puts God for sale
…Malawians question: Why selling God’s blessings?
The self acclaimed Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri continues to leave Malawians with more questions than answers following his decision to sale what he calls ‘special prayers’ for MK10 000.
Bushiri who jetted into the country on Thursday for his Mzuzu crusade, ordered people to pay the said amount for a sticker for them to have a one-on-one with the prophet.
Readers of Malawi24 complained that the prophet’s demands were nonspiritual.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE COMMENTS FROM READERS .
Francis Kanduwa Mwina ndi sin’ganga nde 10 grand yo ndi chipondamthengo….nanga tinene kuti bwanj!!!, A comment which compared Bushiri to witch doctors who demand money prior to giving any treatment.
Wage Dan NamaQa kutolera za misonkho ku Malawi za Joni kodi Zachepa eee koma dyera ndi la chabe olo kuti palibe cha ulere mmmm zawonjeza malo mothandiza akuti bela eee am so khuzd mwamva zandi khuza hevy uthenga wa Mulungu mulengi wa ziko la pansi tasandusa malonda ndi kumabera anthu koma pa Judgement daY Ziliko ndithu.
Robert Kaphuta Nyirenda Mu Bible mulibe mneneri amene anagulitsapo mapephero. Ngakhale Yesu amene sanagulisepo mapephero. Zimenezi zikuwonesa kuti bushiri ndi mneneri wonyenga komanso ndi wakuba anthu akuwona kaya anti coruption irikuti. This is pure cashgate.
Câptâîñ Sôldiêr Do not judge and u shall not be judged, all we have sin against God. tisaoneke ngati abwino poweluza zomwe zathu akuchita koma timpase mau abwino kuti amutengere njora yolondola. Zoti akulakwitsa kapena sakulakwisa akuziwa ndi Mulungu, tiyeni tisiire iye poti amaona zonse ndipo kuweruza ndi kwake
His ministry is one of the richest following revelations that it sales different branded merchandise with his name and face.
As if that was not enough, local traders were warned to refrain from selling their commodities as his ministry was busy making money out of the gathering.
It was also discovered that all the spiritual products such as anointing water and oil were not for free. Contrary to what the bible says, Bushiri’s ministry was selling a 25 millilitre anointing water at MK 2, 500 each, with the anointing oil going away at MK 5, 00M.
Anointing stickers were being sold at MK 1, 000.
The controversial prophet, whose miracles sparkled debates, has been warning people that they will die for castigating and questioning his ministry.
Contrary to how Jesus Christ entered into Jerusalem, the pompous prophet arrived in Mzuzu City on a jet he claimed was his and had a palade full of police bands into the stadium.