Prophet Shepherd Bushiri gives prophecy on Zambia’s elections

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Malawis-leading-Prophet-Shepherd-Bushiri--479x377Malawi’s leading Prophet Shepherd Bushiri on Sunday, December 7 gave took time to prophetically handled Zambia’s elections and urged his congregation to pray for the nation as he saw violence erupting in the country following election disagreements.
Speaking to his congregation, Bushiri also said that he saw a man wearing a hat being sworn in as Zambia’s president.
“Am seeing a man name L being sworn in as President. This man is so much loved by Zambians and he is destined to win. If he fails, he will fail because of himself. Things will go bad for him if he doesnt humble himself and work with the white person,” said Bushiri.
Coincidentally, a likely candidate with ‘L’ in his name is Edgar Lungu of Patriotic Front. According to the prophecy, Bushiri explained that if Lungu fails to humble himself and join hands with the white man, victory will go to Hakainde Hichilema, president for United Party for National Development (UPND).
“Mark my words, if the person with name ‘L’ fails to join hands with the white person, then victory will be for a person with letters HH,”said the Prophet.
According to the prophecy, the wife of former president will work with Hakainde Hichelema.
“I just want you to mark my words that the person I saw being sworn in as President was wearing a hat and has the letter ‘L’ in his name,” concluded Bushiri.
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is considered as one of the best Prophets in Malawi and across Africa. His recent prophesies on Lesotho’s unrest and the death of South Africa’s goal keeper, Senzo Meyiwa both came to pass as he prophesied.
He is the founder and leader of the Enlighten Christian Gathering, a church that has spread alarmingly in African countries including Zambia, South Africa and Ethiopia.
He also has one of Africa’s largest TV networks, Prophetic Channel that is viewed across Africa and Europe via satellite on DSTV’s public Channels and Free to Air decoders.
By Kelvin Sulugwe, (one of Malawi’s leading online journalists)