- Shepherd Bushiri is going forward with his annual all-night service, this time it is going to be hosted in Malawi
- The self-proclaimed prophet stated that they would be following Covid-19 regulations and entry is free
- A number of Mzansi congregants of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church said that they would be travelling to Malawi to attend
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is living his best life despite his mounting legal troubles. The pastor has decided to host an all-night service in Malawi on New Year's Eve.
The service is usually held at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg but this time, because of his legal woes, Bushiri has opted to hold the service in his home country, Malawi. The service will be held at the Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.
The church service takes place annually and is hosted by Bushiri's Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church.
"I’d like to announce to you that with God’s direction, we’ll be having the crossover 2020-2021 service in the Bingu Stadium in Lilongwe, Malawi," said Bushiri.
Bushiri said that he took note of the current pandemic and the problems he has been having, this is why he ultimately decided to host the event in his home country. The pastor noted that they would be following Covid-19 protocols and accommodate a "reasonable" amount of people.
"Those who are able to travel must start preparations now,” said the self-proclaimed prophet.
Although the pastor usually charges congregants R10 to attend the event at the FNB Stadium, this year's crossover is going to be free. A number of Mzansi congregants said that they would be travelling to Malawi to attend the service.
In other Bushiri news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prophet Shepherd Bushiri's case has been adjourned to 14 December. The Malawi government has stated that self-proclaimed prophet, Shepherd Bushiri's case has been adjourned to resume on 14 December, 2020.
According to the country's Minister of Information, Gospel Kazako, the High Court in Malawi observed the Bushiris' appeal application and noted a number of things.
The court still needs some more information from the Bushiris' lawyers in order for them to be able to make more submissions regarding the case.
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