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Botswana shuts down church owned by miracle money Pastor who reportedly walks on air
Bushiri who has claimed the ability to walk on air, and various prophecies, has visited Uganda before and held a conference where thousands of people converged at Embassy of God Ministries headquarters in Kampala.

The Botswana government has shut down a Church-owned by Malawian born Prophet Shepherd Bushiri.

 

The government confirmed the closure of Shepherd Bushiri's Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) in Gaborone, reportedly due to concerns over so-called "miracle money".

 

A Minister in the Botswana government, Edwin Batshu confirmed the development to Malawi 24 a Malawian News website and said the ECG church has been closed for its continued violation of the law in terms of fake money.

 

The Minister says no ECG branch will operate in Botswana and has since ordered that even home cell meetings of the church should cease and desist.

 

Bushiri is already banned from entering Botswana, and the ban on his church in effect ends his operations in the country.

 

Bushiri who has claimed the ability to walk on air, and various prophecies, has visited Uganda before and held a conference where thousands of people converged at Embassy of God Ministries headquarters in Kampala.

He flew into the country on a private jet and was welcomed by hundreds of believers who couldn't believe they were in his presence.

 

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