Tonto Dikeh was recognized and acknowledged during the church service. A report shared on the church’s social media page shortly after the actress’ visit reads;
Anointed Diplomatic LIVE: Tonto Dikeh in Diplomatic gathering!
Tonight, ECG receives Nigerian actress Tonto Dikeh in the bevy of Diplomats. The anointing attracts and connects the children of God from every walk of life and every genre of the arts, science, politics and technology. The power of God allows us to excel in everything we set out to achieve.
She is famous for her roles in “Game fools play” and “My damage”. Tonto has enjoyed and continues to enjoy a colourful career in the entertainment industry and is one of the African celebrities who openly confesses her faith in the Prophetic Ministry. When God has blessed you valued Diplomat, will you acknowledge Him?
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, a Malawi-born preacher who claims he can ‘walk on air’, is the founder of Shepherd Bushiri Ministries International and Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) located in Pretoria, South Africa.
Here is all you need to know about the prophet:
1. He also has churches in Ghana.
2. He became popular in 2015 – Everyone got to meet the prophet, who is also known as “Major One,” when a video of him ‘walking on air’ went viral.
Reacting to claims that he is a scam artist, he says, “I’m just a messenger of God’s work. God heals people in our meetings. One time I got doctors here in Pretoria to bring patients with HIV — they tested them before to show they are HIV, I prayed for them and again afterward and now they were HIV-negative.”
“My ministry is not for everyone, it is for those who have faith,” he adds.
Concerning his prosperity message and lavish lifestyle, the prophet says, “My prosperity is an inspiration for my followers — they think if God can do it for me, He can do it for them. If they believed there is anything wrong, they wouldn’t be following me.” The interview was published on March 5, 2018.
4. He owns at least four private jets and hotels.
5. The Prophet was reportedly banned from Botswana over the alleged use of “miracle money.”
6. He attracts about 40,000 people every Sunday.
7. He is married to Mary Zgambo and they have two kids.