Throwback video of Bushiri saying 2020 is going to be "great" surfaces

Throwback video of Bushiri saying 2020 is going to be "great" surfaces

- A video of Prophet Bushiri predicting 2020 was going to be a "great" year has surfaced online

- The throwback video started circulating on social media amid the coronavirus pandemic

- Saffas poked fun at Major 1's prophecy, adding this year proved him wrong

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Thus far, 2020 has been awful. Millions of people across the world are locked inside their homes, Australia suffered severe wildfires earlier this year, record high unemployment and poverty have been recorded.

We wish we could just fast-forward this year and put the whole '2020 thing' behind us like a bad break-up.

This year has not been great for Prophet Shepherd Bushiri either. First he was dragged for asking South Africans to make their offerings and pay tithes via online banking, now a video surfaced online showing him drop the 'prophecy' ball.

A throwback video has been circulating online showing Major 1 making a prophecy about 2020 and no, he did not see the doom and gloom coming. In fact, Bushiri predicted this year was going to be, and we quote, "Greeeattt!"

In the video, Bushiri can be heard saying to loud cheers:

"I was in January 2020, the Lord began to show me something there... I moved to February, March, April, May, June, July. I went to August, September, October...oh yes, November, December 2020. I looked at the whole year, it's going to be a greeeattt year."

Wouldn't that have been great?

Take a look at the video below:

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South Africans as always had jokes, sharing hilarious memes about the prophecy.

Briefly.co.za previously reported on five prophets and pastors who believed they had either prophesied about Covid-19 or they have seen its end.

It turns out that their prediction skills were largely way off.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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