Last week, her Ministry barred the entry into Zambia, of self styled Zimbabwean prophet, Eubert Angel.
On Sunday this action seems to have angered another self-styled prophet, Malawian preacher Shepherd Bushiri whose mission to Zambia this week might face similar action as that of his Zimbabwean counterpart.
Preaching to his Pretoria’s congregation, broadcast live, Bushiri lashed out at Zambia’s respected Pentecostal Bishops, Joe Imakando of Bread of Life International and Bishop Joshua Banda of Northmead Assembly of God.
Bushiri singled out and accused the two Bishops, Joshua Banda, and Bishop Joe Imakando for allegedly spreading lies against him.
He also accused the Ministry of National Guidance and Religious Affairs, of setting up rules against “Christians”.
He vowed that despite receiving unofficial resistance, he vowed that he would still travel to Zambia this Wednesday.
“They have put difficult laws in this country against “Christian”.
Last month the controversial miracle worker issued a prophesy on live television claiming that Zambia would be plunged into war soon because of political division and intolerance.
He also said Morocco faced a similar situation.
Following pressure from his followers back in Zambia he repudiated his prophesy posting on his Facebook page.
He claimed that his words were doctored by frustrated former workers.
Bushiri has been under investigation in South Africa for allegedly charging those seeking miracle healings and prosperity a fee of R7000.00.
He also has been accused of using information about his followers submitted to his officials during pre-service interviews and making them into prophesy.
The multi-million richprophet has been barred in Malawi the country of origin for allegedly practicing magic and issuing false prophesy.
With the Pentecostal world attracting followers seeking miracles and faith healing, the fraternity has been invaded by charlatans, magicians and crooks taking advantage of the word of God to make themselves rich from unsuspecting followers