Pastor allegedly introduces anointed ATM card for tithe, offering payments
A pastor, Shepherd Bushiri, who reportedly recently bought a G-Wagon for his wife one month after she bought him a Rolls Royce has allegedly released customised ATM cards for his church members to use in paying tithe and offerings.
It is not known, however, how the alleged ATM cards are supposed to work for the alleged purpose they are meant for, considering that ATM cards are issued by banks for customers who maintain accounts with them.
The Malawian, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, popularly called Major 1, is the founder of the Enlightened Christian Gathering, ECG.
According to amonpointtv, “Bushiri had, in the past, showed off his private jet, fleet of cars and lavish lifestyle even as some of his church members wallow in abject poverty.”
A Facebook user had shared the photos on social media and written: “Prophet Bushiri rolls out new ATM cards to make it easy for church followers to pay for tithes automatically every Sunday. What would Jesus say?”
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Meanwhile, in an unverified Facebook wall allegedly owned by the pastor, Bushiri had warned his congregation that there were people who tried to blackmail his ministry by linking him to all sorts of things, including the sale of anointed soaps that allegedly allow users to commit sin all day, and then wash off their sins with the soap at night.
Shepherd Bushiri has yet to comment on the new allegation concerning the anointed ATM cards.