Bushiri helps struggling businesswoman land R2.5 million contract

Bushiri helps struggling businesswoman land R2.5 million contract

A woman visited the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church to save her struggling business, and Prophet Shepherd Bushiri came through in a major way.

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Over the weekend, a woman testified how Major One performed a miracle for her after she attended the first Sunday of Wonders.

"Before ECG, my business was not doing well, I was about to give up," said the woman, who was identified as Lindiwe Ngoma.

Ngoma said the next day, she received an e-mail for a tender invitation, which spans over three years and is worth R2.5 million.

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Bushiri helps struggling businesswoman land R2.5 million contract

Lindiwe Ngoma in Bushiri's church. Photo credit: Prophet Shepherd Bushiri/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Briefly.co.za gathered her testimony was posted on Prophet Shepherd Bushiri's Facebook page.

Bushiri helps struggling businesswoman land R2.5 million contract

Screenshot of Facebook post. Photo credit: Prophet Shepherd Bushiri/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

Bushiri's followers praised him for helping the lady and they prayed that he would do the same for them.

Dudu Gumede commented: "I connect to this powerful testimony for my business in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. Congratulations."
Thandie Akambakamba added: "My Prophet your God is too much. Glory be to His Name forever. I connect with all the testimonies."
Peloh Maxakane Mamswazi wrote: "Ohhh God of major 1 God of wonder and Signs...I connect to this testimony."
Yvonne Melato said: "I connect to the anointing,may I receive a miracle tender in Jesus name."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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