Incredible! See Prophet Who Sells ‘Blood of Jesus’ in Bottles


According to the report, Prophet Bushiri sells Blood of Jesus in bottles with 500ml bottle selling at R20 000 and 750ml at R30 000…

An unconfirmed report by Mzansi Live has revealed that a prophet in Malawi sells what he calls the ‘blood of jesus’ in plastic bottles.

The man whose name was given as Prophet Shepherd ‘Major 1’ Bushiri is the founder and leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG).

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The report has it that the ECG ministries has launched the “blood of Jesus”. According to the report, Prophet Bushiri sells Blood of Jesus in bottles with 500ml bottle selling at R20 000 and 750ml at R30 000. 

Someone who professed to be a loyal member of ECG ministries revealed that the blood heals every calamity and problems. Hear him:



“We have been using anointing oil which is called “The Lion of Judah” before and we have been using anointed mantles, bracelets and DVDs but this time the power is released. Major 1 introduced “The Blood of Jesus” which is real blood of Jesus which was extracted at Calvary when the Son of God was crucified.”

“As sons and daughters of Major 1 we don’t really care what people will say, we understand this revelation as a ministry (ECG family), people are on the move to drag our fathers name into disrepute but God elevated him to address our problems.”

“The blood of Jesus is being sold at our worship center the smallest bottles 500ml costs R20 000 and the 750ml bottle costs R30 000. We don’t care about the price but the results, as we are speaking the Blood of Jesus has resurrected reported five people and healed hundreds since launch.”

For now, the reports remain unfounded as efforts to get a comment from ECG spokesperson were fruitless, since he is reportedly in Mauritius on holiday.

However, the prophet and shepherd Bushiri has been on the news in Malawi for questionable behaviours and controversial miracles. A video of him allegedly walking on air also went viral not long ago.