Prophet Shepherd Bushiri makes R1,5million/week from selling anointing oil – See shocking figures

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ECG leader Prophet Shepherd Bushiri could be making a killing from selling his church’s products and other services offered by the church.

According to his disgruntled former general manager Alex Sarpong who was in charge of finances Bushiri was making a lot of money from selling anointing oil, wristbands, water and other products.

"I’m Alex Sarpong, and I’m an accountant and former General Manager for the ECG church. I started working in September (2016). I was introduced by Prophet Bushiri to managers of different items, anointing oil, water, wristbands, badges, Tshirts, recorders, photographs and other items they sell at the church.”


After a busy selling week, the various employees would report to Sarpong and hand him the money from such sales.

Anointing oil was R1,5 million every week.

Anointing water was R300,000

Wristbands and badges would be around R250,000 per week.

I would receive the money and afterwards I gave them the money they needed to buy other stock. The balance would be sent to the Prophet. Normally we sent between R1,5 million to R2 million every week.

When he was outside the country, I would send him the figures and hand him the cash when he comes. Offerings and seed would normally go to the church bank account to be used for other church expenses. Tithes would go straight to him every Sunday and also R28,000.

Asked about how he gave him the money, he said he gave him the money in cash and normally goes to his house.

He also revealed that the church was not paying government tax.

ECG leader Prophet Shepherd Bushiri could be making a killing from selling his church’s products and other services offered by the church.

According to his disgruntled former general manager Alex Sarpong who was in charge of finances Bushiri was making a lot of money from selling anointing oil, wristbands, water and other products.

"I’m Alex Sarpong, and I’m an accountant and former General Manager for the ECG church. I started working in September (2016). I was introduced by Prophet Bushiri to managers of different items, anointing oil, water, wristbands, badges, Tshirts, recorders, photographs and other items they sell at the church.”

After a busy selling week, the various employees would report to Sarpong and hand him the money from such sales.

Anointing oil was R1,5 million every week.

Anointing water was R300,000

Wristbands and badges would be around R250,000 per week.

I would receive the money and afterwards I gave them the money they needed to buy other stock. The balance would be sent to the Prophet. Normally we sent between R1,5 million to R2 million every week.

When he was outside the country, I would send him the figures and hand him the cash when he comes. Offerings and seed would normally go to the church bank account to be used for other church expenses. Tithes would go straight to him every Sunday and also R28,000.

Asked about how he gave him the money, he said he gave him the money in cash and normally goes to his house.

He also revealed that the church was not paying government tax.


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