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Malawi’s Prophet Shepherd Bushiri seems to be having a better part of 2015. After being named President of African Christian Coalition for Israel (AFRICCI) and buying a Bentley, the man of God, popular for “Go Deeper” signature has added another portion into his “full cup” of blessings

This comes following Prophetic Channel’s successful first LIVE broadcast of Friday service on March 20 at ECG church in Pretoria, South Africa.

AFRIEM monitored the service which beamed via DSTV’s Public Channels and Free to Air decoders.  Through the prophet, God performed a lot of mouthwatering miracles before millions of viewers and he even prophesied to a Nigerian man via a phone call.

Prophetic Channel’s Deputy Director Gregory Mulema describe their first LIVE service as “the beginning of history.”

“This is surely history in the making and am so glad that we have finally started having LIVE services beaming to millions of viewers across the world,” Mulema told AFRIEM.

“This is just the beginning. I thank Prophet Shepherd Bushiri for trusting his media team to do this noble work and we will not let Malawi down. We are the only TV Channel owned by a Malawian that is on DSTV’s Public Channels reaching out to millions,” concluded Malema.

Prophetic Channel is one of the fastest growing Christian TV networks and it is headquartered in Pretoria and with other studios in Malawi and across Africa where there is Bushiri’s ECG church.


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