Airport staff kneel before prominent pastor as he disembarks from private jet

Airport staff kneel before prominent pastor as he disembarks from private jet

- Two airport staff members knelt to greet a prominent pastor on arrival

- The pastor, Shepherd Bushiri, arrived by private jet

- Bushiri is the founder of the Enlightened Christian Gathering Church

Photos which were shared on the Facebook page of the prophet showed as he alighted from the aircraft. A man and a woman, dressed in uniform, were seen kneeling down in reverence for the man of God.

See the photos below:

The prophet, according to reports, is one of the richest pastors in the world but keeps his wealth away from the attention of the public.

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Briefly.co.za has learned that the main sources of income of the prophet include evangelism, gold mines, communications and the Bushiri University of Agriculture. He has managed to make a lot of money over the last 14 years.

See more photos below:

Airport staff kneel before prominent pastor as he disembarks from private jet

Shepherd Bushiri boarding a private jet

Airport staff kneel before prominent pastor as he disembarks from private jet

Shepherd Bushiri being greeted by people

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Airport staff kneel before prominent pastor as he disembarks from private jet

Shepherd Bushiri inside his private jet

Airport staff kneel before prominent pastor as he disembarks from private jet

Shepherd Bushiri boarding a private jet

Airport staff kneel before prominent pastor as he disembarks from private jet

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