- Malawian fugitive and self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri has told his followers that this year will be a year of miracles
- The prophet made the declaration after hearing that the extradition hearing for him and his wife is set to start in March this year
- Bushiri has called on his followers to join him so that he can pray for the miracles over their lives
Self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri seems to be in high spirits despite having learned that the extradition hearing process will begin in March this year. The controversial church leader and his wife Mary appeared in a Malawian magistrate's court on Wednesday this week where they were notified about the dates the hearing will commence.
Despite the fact that their fate will soon be set, Bushiri is in high spirits and has called on his followers to join him for a prayer meeting during which he will pray for miracles promised by God in their lives.
Taking to Facebook, Bushiri wrote that God had revealed to him that 2021 will be a year of miracles for his followers. He also announced that the church would be having a Grand Entrance Service on 10 January.
"I am excited to announce that we will be having our Grand Entrance Service right here in Malawi on the 10th of January, 2021.
"Let’s meet and pray together. The Lord has given me a special word and a special blessing that I need to release into your life as your Prophet. I believe that as I will pray for you on that day, you will be set for the Year of Miracles! See you there!" he wrote.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Lilongwe Magistrate's Court of Malawi has declined a request made by the state to issue a warrant for the arrest of Malawian controversial church leaders Shepherd and Mary Bushiri on Wednesday this week.
The reason for the magistrate's decision, according to reports, is that the couple will need to appear in court after being summoned and not arrested, as per the initial ruling that was made by the court last year.
The controversial church leaders fled South Africa last year after receiving bail. The pair were arrested on charges of theft, money laundering, and fraud amounting to over $7 million late last year.
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