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Anointed ATM Card Introduced by Pastor for Offering and Tithe

Shepherd Bushiri's ATM card
It is alleged that Pastor Shepherd Bushiri, a Malawian whom his wife gifted a Rolls Royce after he had gifted her G-wagon has issued customized ATM cards with which his church members would use for tithing and offerings.

Since banks issue ATM cards to customers who constantly use their accounts, it is not known how the alleged cards are supposed to work.

Popularly called Major 1, the founder of the Enlightened Christian Gathering, ECG had in the past showcased his lavish lifestyle from his fleet of cars to his private jet even as some of his church members are poor like church rats.

Shepherd Bushiri and his wife

“This time around, he has introduced customised Automated Teller Machine cards with his face, for members to pay tithe money into his account ,” the online television outfit claims.

A Facebooker who shared the photos on social media wrote:  

“Prophet Bushiri rolls out new ATM cards to make it easy for church followers to pay for tithes automatically every Sunday. What would Jesus say ?”

Major 1, however, has through an unverified Facebook account warned his congregation about people trying to blackmail him b linking him to many illicit behaviors which included the sale of soaps which his congregation can use at night to wash away their sins for the day, dubbed "the anointing soap".

Shepherd Bushiri

Since the time of filing this report, Shephard Bushiri is yet to say anything concerning the ATM cards allegations.

4 comments:

  1. Shift let me faint. This world don end

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  2. Idris please take it easy. Everyone be hunting now

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  3. This dude is definitely using some kinda juju to retain church members. If I notice this kind of thing happening in my church, I'm off.

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  4. not bad, the man needs more money

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