Couple allegedly got R103m tender after attending Major 1's sermon

Couple allegedly got R103m tender after attending Major 1's sermon

A couple who struggled with their business have testified how they experienced miracles after visiting Major One's church in 2017.

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A couple, who hails from Equatorial Guinea, visited Prophet Shepherd Bushiri's church over the weekend to reveal how he has helped them with their business. On Sunday, their story was shared on the controversial pastor's Facebook page.

"We didn't have money, we don't know how we came to South Africa for the International Visitors Program in 2017," they said.

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Couple allegedly got R103m tender after attending Major 1's sermon

Photo credit: Prophet Shepherd Bushiri/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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After the service, one of their customers called the company and they signed a contract with the couple. Briefly.co.za gathered this enabled the couple to pay their employees' wages. Then, another miracle took place - those who owed them money started to pay them back.

Couple allegedly got R103m tender after attending Major 1's sermon

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri's social media post. Photo credit: Prophet Shepherd Bushiri/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

"Last year, things started changing and they even bought a new car through the anointing, and now they are building a mansion!" Bushiri's post added.

However, that's not all. The couple allegedly signed a $7 million contract, which is about R103 million, with their government.

"They signed a $7 million contract with their government in the presence of all VIPs and senior government officials, including the president!" the post added.

The Facebook post was ended with:

"There is no limit to what the God of Major 1 can do no matter where you are in the world. Valued follower, what are you waiting for?"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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