Over 500 Batswanas attend church in Pretoria

ECG Botswana filled up 6 buses and headed for the ECG head quarters in Pretoria owing to the break taken to deal with issues of compliance for the various branches in Botswana

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By Chriselda Mashaba

ECG Botswana filled up 6 buses and headed for the ECG head quarters in Pretoria owing to the break taken to deal with issues of compliance for the various branches in Botswana.

Pastor Boago, the Associate Pastor to Apostle Tannah (Botswana National Pastor) who they hail as a true replication of Prophet Bushiri said, “The timing for this break couldn’t have been more perfect as this is the month of prayer, we are blessed to be fellowshiping at the Head Office at this critical time for ECG Botswana.”

In an unimaginable show of solidarity to their Patron, they Botswana lot hope to attend every Sunday Service till the issues of compliance are sorted.

Botswana has shown support to Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, attending the services in Pretoria in numbers and by also attending both court proceedings that took place earlier in the year and they still plan to come in numbers to show their support at the upcoming court case on November 29th.

A Bostwana lady, part of the 500 that graced ECG Pretoria today.
A Bostwana lady, part of the 500 that graced ECG Pretoria today.

The headquarters in Botswana is home to over three thousand brethren and with the new overflow they expect the numbers to double or even triple.

Pastor Boago revealed that ECG Botswana is busy with Evangelism and they are targeting to win 10 thousand souls to Christ: “We have been carrying out our spiritual father’s commission to win souls. Our target is 10 thousand souls and beyond through street evangelism and concerts,” he said.

The Associate Pastor is grateful to Prophet Shepherd Bushiri because through him, he has received deliverance from alcoholism.

“We as ECG Botswana love Prophet Bushiri because of the truth in his messages. Most of us are living testimonies through of this Ministry,” the Pastor added.

The team left Botswana headquarters at 10 pm last night and arrived in the wee hours of the morning.

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