The devout Muslim-cum-politician, Uladi Mussa, pulled a surprise on Friday by attending a Christian prayer service at the Prophet Shepherd Bushiri’s Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) in Pretoria.
Uladi at ECG
According to the ECG Public Communications Advisor, Ephraim Nyondo, the church welcomes everybody regardless of any background.
It was not clear, hence, whether Mussa, who is also acting president of the former ruling Peoples Party (PP), attended the service to partake the prosperity mentorship and anointing or that his attendance marked a religious turn from Moslem to Christianity.
Uladi was not available for comment, but inside sources indicated that he is a great admirer of Major 1.
The sources revealed that Mussa had heard a lot about Major 1 and that he came to visit and witness himself.
Major 1, a transformed Muslim himself, is a popular Prophet with his ministry spreading its branches across the globe and thousands of people trekking to his ministry’s headquarters in Pretoria from around the world.
Apart from Uladi Mussa, other popular politicians who availed themselves for the Friday service from Malawi include the controversial Kamlepo Kalua and the Balaka giant – Lucius Chicco Banda.
Banda was also seen attending a charity event that the Prophet carried out in Soshanguve, few hours drive from Pretoria, earlier on Wednesday.
Bushiri is one prophetic man of God whose miraculous elevation and demonstration of his anointing has braved a climate of ideological combat. Every freedom of opinion has been exercised for and against his calling.
Opinion against him has formed and transformed, most of them surrendering to the truth and reality of his professed anointing.
Born in Malawi, Prophet Bushiri has nowhere, but his own story, to cross-check the certitude of Mark 6:4; Luke 4:24; Matthews 13:57; and John 4:44. That a Prophet leaps no honour from his hometown.
Stories built upon nonsense and sheer fabrications have been disseminated across the entire period of his prophetic journey most of which have emanated from Malawi.
Commenting on Mussa and other high-profile Malawians’ visit to the ECG, Nyondo expressed gratitude and hope that “Malawi’s future of oneness is on the horizons.”
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