Prophet Shepherd Bushiri’s church has distanced itself from a statement circulating on social media whereby the man of God gave a political prophecy to a Zambian lady.
In a statement, the church refuted the claims as fake news aimed at destroying the relationship between Bushiri and the Zambian government.
Below is the full statement
ECG CHURCH STATEMENT ON FAKE NEWS FROM ZAMBIA
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Headquarters of the ECG The Jesus Nation Church, through its Zambia National Office, would like refute, as purely fake, news circulating on social media with regards to Prophet Shepherd Bushiri giving a political prophecy to a certain lady from Kafue in Zambia.
The news story is entirely a fabrication of those who posted it as it purely false and fake.
The Prophet has never given a prophecy to the lady in mention and, as a church, we are challenging those who posted and circulated this fake story to produce a video evidence of such a non-existent prophecy.
This lady in question is neither a member of ECG TJN Church nor is she a follower of Prophet Bushiri.
We are, therefore, calling on all our church members, our followers and the general public to disregard the news story as it is and it will always be fake. Together, let’s lock hands and reject fake news through circulating this truth.
To those who fabricated the story, we urge you to desist from publishing fake stories as it against the spirit of honest journalism.
We strongly believe that the circulating of this story was done in bad faith, mostly to destroy the relationship between our Church and the current government. We must underline, here, that ECG Church enjoys a cordial relationship with government and so it shall be.
If you need any information from ECG Church, we are always available to provide verified, honest and truth information that builds, not breaks, our communities.
Ephraim Nyondo, ECG Head of Communication +265994305953
Pastor Adamson Nkhoma, National Pastor ECG Zambia, +260 97 7621929