Malawian pastor allegedly selling

Malawian pastor allegedly selling "blood of Jesus" goes viral

A Malawian pastor has gone viral... but for all the wrong reasons. Prophet Shepherd 'Major 1' Bushiri was reported to be selling what was referred to as the "Malawian pastor has gone viral... but for all the wrong reasons. Prophet Shepherd 'Major 1' Bushiri was reported to be selling what was referred to as the "blood of Jesus".

A report by the MalawiVoice.com stated that the founder of ECG Ministries had launched the "MalawiVoice.com stated that the founder of ECG Ministries had launched the "blood of Christ" which was being sold in 500 and 750 milliliter bottles.

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"We have been using anointing oil which is called 'The Lion of Judah' before and we have been using anointed mantles, bracelets and DVDs but this time the power is released. Major 1 introduced 'The Blood of Jesus' which is real blood of Jesus which was extracted at Calvary when the Son of God was crucified", a congregant was quoted to have said to the publication.

Malawian pastor allegedly selling "blood of Jesus" goes viral

Shepherd Bushiri

The report had it that faithfuls and loyalists of the ministry of Prophet Bushiri had attested to the healing power of the "blood". "Prophet Bushiri had attested to the healing power of the "blood". "As sons and daughters of Major 1 we don’t really care what people will say, we understand this revelation as a ministry (ECG family), people are on the move to drag our fathers name into disrepute but God elevated him to address our problems.

Malawian pastor allegedly selling "blood of Jesus" goes viral

A section of congregants at the ECG Ministries

"The blood of Jesus is being sold at our worship center the smallest bottles 500ml are costs R20 000 and the 750ml bottle costs R30 000. We don’t care about the price but the results, as we are speaking the Blood of Jesus has resurrected reported five people and healed hundreds since launch."

The report by the MalawiVoice.com has however come under disrepute after several alleged members of the said church took to social media to debunk the claims.

One Jennifer Kays who is a self-professed "Die Hard ECG" member called out the publication.

Another user, McBrian Chisanga also called out the publication.

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