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Bushiri Gets Award From African Youth Organisation - Malawian Prophet Recognized for Motivating Young Leaders

The South African- based Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) has been recognised with a special award by the global youth transformative pioneer, The Africa Youth in Technology Organisation (Tayito) for demonstrating global leadership and business management skills that motivates young leaders worldwide.

Bushiri received the recognition on Friday, March 11, among 12 awardees in youth inspiration programs alongside Prophet T.B Joshua of SCOAN, Prophet Philip Banda, former Malawi President Joyce Banda, Liberia President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President Paul Kagame, USA President Barrack Obama, the late and former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela, Penny Pritzer, Mike Bloomberg and Allan Woolf.

Each awardee will be honoured in their own countries but with the main event slated for August 16, 2016 in the rainbow nation-South African.
Bushiri Gets Award From African Youth Organisation - Malawian Prophet Recognized for Motivating Young Leaders
This is the reason Prophet Bushiri was decorated with the certificate for global changer award in his home land at the event Tayito organized in the capital Lilongwe at Umodzi Pack Hotel.

“After 15 years of obeying and waiting upon God and understanding God’s purpose upon this vision, Tayito, and staying in the shadow of his wings, after being powered the anointing of King Solomon to increase in Wisdom, knowledge and understanding, thereby announce to the global community the 12 global leaders who are changers of the world among the youth,” said Gertrude Nyirenda, Tatiyo’s founder and director.

“Prophet Shepherd Bushiri of the ECG is among those global leaders whom God used to break the yoke of slavery and for transferring prosperity anointing during the diplomatic service in Malawi lately.”

Nyirenda said Bushiri also demonstrated global leadership and business management skills that motivate young global leaders and even extended a hand of commitment to humanity at desperate times to different countries globally.

Bushiri said he was “humbled” with the award, saying it is a true testimony on how God was working in people’s lives from the bondage of poverty to prosperity urging Christians across the world to have faith in God while working hard in various spheres of life.

The award comes after Ghana President also recognised Bushiri for his charity initiatives including distributing maize to the starved Malawians.

The Africa Youth in Technology Organisation (Tayito), is global youth non-profit organization headquartered in South Africa but operating in over 15 countries including Kenya, South Africa, Zambia, Japan, United Kingdom, United State of America, Malawi, Uganda, Israel among others whose vision is global dream-from nothing to something, from zero to hero, from poverty to prosperity and turning potential to reality, from millennium goals to sustainable development goals.

Tayito is currently promoting enterprises, trade and investment development for youth and women as promised across Africa and other oversees countries.

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