- Prophet Sheperd Bushiri released a video to serve as proof of his miraculous powers
- The controversial religious leader is said to have helped a blind woman to regain her sight
- Bushiri has come under fire for misleading followers and faced charges of money laundering and fraud
“Prophet” Sheperd Bushiri is no stranger to controversy.
The religious leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering has built up a massive following in South Africa and abroad.
While many have mocked and criticised Bushiri for preying (excuse the pun) on the poor, his congregation attest to have witnessed many miracles.
A YouTube video has been doing the rounds recently, which shows off Bushiri at the peak of his powers.
During one of his sermons, the self-proclaimed prophet is seen commanding various illnesses to disperse.
Bushiri says, "Wherever you are, stand for healing, your muscles stretched, every bone problem, TB of the bone, every cancer, stage 1, stage 2, stage 3, stage 4 you are not powerful more than my God."
Incredibly, a female member of the congregation gets the attention of Bushiri’s team and claims to have regained her sight.
The woman is called up to the stage along with her niece.
The 2 women claimed the elderly woman suffered from 3 conditions – she was blind, had cancer and diabetes.
Following Bushiri’s prayers, the women stated that her vision returned and the diabetes had been vanquished.
Strangely enough, the elderly woman brought her medical records to the church service and it was shown as evidence of her diagnosis.
It is worth noting that her condition was not verified by a medical profession at any point during the video.
TimesLIVE confirmed that Bushiri’s videos are loaded on YouTube’s Prophetic Channel TV.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Solomon Izang Ashoms, who claims to have proof of Bushiri’s deception.
Major 1, as Bushiri is also known, endured a turbulent week following his arrest for money laundering and fraud.
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