By Linda Kwanjana- Malawi Exclusive
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and wife, Prophetess Mary Bushiri, have been extremely busy during this festival season feeding over 10 000 homes in Dowa and Mangochi Districts.
On Thursday last week, Prophetess Mary was at Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Dowa where she donated over 6000 bags of Likuni phala to under-five children.
On Tuesday this week, Prophet Bushiri was in Monkey Bay, Mangochi, where he supported thousands of families with bags of maize for their food.
The Prophet cheered thousands of families in Mangochi with several donations which included bags of maize and cash to help them process the maize and also buy relish.
Making the donation at Namazizi Primary School in Monkey Bay, Mangochi, the Prophet said the festive season brings love to all and this love must not just be preached on the pulpit but demonstrated.
During the event, Senior Chief Nankumwa hailed Bushiri for the gesture but was not short of asking the ECG leader to help the chiefs in the area with mobility issues.
Bushiri responded instantly and assured the chief that he will arrange a vehicle and tricycles for the chiefs in the area.
Bushiri’s donation in Mangochi comes barely a week afte his wife, Prophetess Mary, was at Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Dowa on Tuesday last week where she donated over 6000 bags of Likuni phala to under-five children.
The Bushiris are not strangers in Malawi when it comes to charity works.
In 2020-2021 alone, the Bushiris have handed over a secondary school they built in Rumphi; have supported an orphanage in Phalombe; have helped several NGOs that deal with child education and mental health with financial support; have donated assorted food items to thousands of families in Dowa and Lilongwe Districts; have donated medical facilities to government hospitals; and have supported several orphans with bursaries.