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How we faked Angels for Bushiri – Ex-Cameraman

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By Toby Prince

A fomer camera man and video editor of controversial Malawian preacher, Shepherd Bushiri has revealed how the 35-year-old faked moving objects on camera, claiming to be angels.

The embattled prophet, currently facing trial in South Africa, had received widespread criticism over the video which caused uproar on social media.

According to the Zambian, identified simply as Phedro, he edited the video and created the impression of moving objects that they related to angels.

“There was no such a thing as Angels. That was a total lie. I edited the video and added the objects. If you watch it closely, you will see that  people sitting close to the angels dont even notice everything because there was nothing for them to notice. I have a unedited version of the video and I will share with you to compare,” he said.

He also said most of the things people see on the TV are not real as there is a team of creative people behind them.

“Sometimes even Bushiri himself laughs and jokes about it that people love him so much and trust him that they would even demolish their houses and sleep outside if he ordered them to do,” he said adding: “I fee sorry for faithful people defend him without knowing what really happens. Only if they paid attention to what they see and think soberly, but they are too lazy and blinded to think.”

The camera man was fired for being suspected to be in a relationship with a church young girl that his former boss also ‘chew’ for pleasure. He is now back to Zambia and has started doing his business in Lusaka.

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