Bishop Bushiri is undergoing some character criticism after a woman shared that she gave R300 thousand to him. This money is allegedly half of her pension fund.
R300 000 was allegedly given to Bishop Bushiri
As usual, Twitter is going into a complete frenzy after the woman came to the show to share that she was scammed out of thousands of rands by Bishop Bushiri.
Thus far, Bishop Bushiri has been a prophet for many years and has also had and still has his own tv show. Right now, many social media users are calling out prophets and pasters alike.
For many Christians, giving tithes is a pivotal part of their relationship with God. In this case, Bishop Bushiri is accused of manipulating his congregation into giving large amounts of money to the church.
No more church
Right now, it seems that one churchgoer, in particular, is fed up with the lies he has been giving and even manipulating the scriptures in order for Christians to do what he wants.
To date, there are many who feel that Bishop Bushiri should be stripped of his churches. And should be convicted of scamming countless individuals who have also been scammed by the prophet.
It is alleged that Bishop Bushiri has also taken a factory and turned it into a church. This news led many to criticize the fact that people are praying for jobs but the prophet just built a church out of a factory.
For some, this means going to church less to avoid manipulation. Others feel that Christians should read their bible more often to avoid being gullible to everything a pastor says.
Here’s what Twitter has been saying.
A pastor should never use money received from the church to fund a lavish lifestyle. If he is really a man of God he will use the excess money to help the people of the church who dont have much…but these snakes buy Rolls Royce while their members dont have food.#AmaBishop— JJ 🇿🇦 (@Jesse_F_Jacobs) May 8, 2022