- Prophet Bushiri recently headed to Facebook to celebrate the "downfall" of one of his enemies
- In the post, Bushiri gloated over the fact that the same person who had persecuted him is now facing troubles with the law
- While Bushiri has not mentioned a name, it can be assumed that he is speaking about Jay Israel who publicly spoke against him
Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary Bushiri are in high spirits about the news that self-proclaimed prophet Jay Israel had been arrested by the South African police for allegedly carrying fake passports.
Jay Israel, who is a Zimbabwean Church leader based in East London, had on various occasions warned people against Bushiri and his "false" prophecies under the guise that he wanted to "free the African child from being deceived".
Now that Israel is facing trouble with the law, Bushiri has taken to Facebook to credit God for the downfall of those he calls his enemies, adding that God is not yet done dealing with those who have wished ill on his life.
"It is very unfortunate, however, to see that the same people that were declaring my downfall, pioneering campaigns to bring me down and spreading wicked lies about my wife and I, are now suffering the same fate they wished against me.
"As I am speaking, the pioneers of these reprehensible acts are being taken down one-by-one. Not too long ago, a very well-known man of God took my pictures and publicly burnt them whilst declaring my downfall.
"He publicly and unapologetically announced that he was the reason behind the roguish and black-hearted occurrences that were taking place in my life. Only a few days ago, the same things he declared against me, that I would lose my property, freedom and eventually my life, have taken place to him."
Meanwhile, his followers had this to say:
Fanney Wonganie Kang'ombe said:
"Truly the scripture says the one who sits in the heavens shall laugh at our enemies. They cannot fight to anoint and win, they are receiving the reward of the wicked.ECG we are a big family, with good or bad reports Major 1 will remain our prophet, actually, I miss miracle tent... where where."
Siphokazi Mazwi said:
"When Prophet declared that in 70 plus 5 days I remember very well. My spirit was saddened when people were receiving. I knew there's a deeper meaning to it. May they all fall into the same trap one by one."
In other news, South African musician DJ Shimza shared a very worrying video of controversial religious leader Shepherd Bushiri.
In the video, Bushiri calls a lady up and proceeds to ask her if she is working or a student. He then brings her to the front of the congregation. Once there, he asks for permission to enter her house.
Bushiri then proceeds to describe, in detail, what her house looks like from the outside before making his way inside.