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Prophet Bushiri fills up stadium with Crossover Night: Pics

Prophet Bushiri fills up a stadium with Crossover Night: Pics. The service which started at 18:00 hours on December 31 and ended 04:30 hours on January drew people from over 30 countries according to reports by Nyasa Times. The crossover night was graced by musical performances, dances, sermons, leadership announcements, healings, deliverances and prophetic declarations.

Enlightened Christian Gathering leader Prophet Shepherd Bushiri conquered the famous FNB stadium in South Africa by filling it with an estimated 100 000 people during his 2019/2020 Crossover Night Service.

In his message, Prophet Bushiri told the gathering that, in 2020, he will stop at nothing in being the servant of God’s people. He further said that with all that he went through in 2019, from the demands to shut down his church, hate speech and all the accusations; history has been made again.


“The biggest stadium in Africa, the FNB was filled with God’s people as they came to worship their God. Nothing makes me more proud than so many people gathering around me to hear me telling them how God loves them,” he said. “In 2020, I am ready to face anything for Christ sake, if it means at the end of it, I will be honoured by God as He did at FNB stadium,” he said.

ECG Cross over

Prophet Bushiri thanked everyone who stood by him his wife during their trials and tribulations, especially mentioning Prophet Uebert Angel for the spiritual guidance, ECG members and Prophetic Channel followers for their love and support. Prophet Bushiri also announced a change in church leadership among others, appointing Prophet Justice Hara as his associate pastor.

ECG Cross overnight

Source – iHarare

In other news – 2 mansions, luxury cars owned by Mary Chiwenga discovered in SA

2 mansions, luxury cars owned by Mary Chiwenga discovered in SA. This emerged in the High Court yesterday during Mubaiwa’s bail appeal in the matter in which she is facing foreign currency externalisation, money laundering and fraud charges. The State has identified two mansions and luxury cars owned in South Africa by the estranged wife of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, Mary Mubaiwa.


The bail appeal was brought before Justice Pisirayi Kwenda, who also heard Mubaiwa’s bail application on attempted murder charges. Challenging Harare magistrate Mr Chrispen Mberewere’s decision to deny her bail, Mubaiwa’s lawyer Sylvester Hashiti said the State would have no problems extraditing her from South Africa in the event that she…continue reading.

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