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If you thought consulting Bushuri was expensive, this is how much Zimbabwean Passion Java charges

There was anger and furore after South Africans learnt that infamous Malawian pastor Shepard Bushuri charged an arm and a half for a one on one counselling session. 

Bushuri is currently a fugitive after he skipped the country as he was being sought by the police. 

But Bushuri is not the only one whose making a killing from his congregation. 

Last week, the now famous Zimbabwean pastor Passion Java broke the internet after he spent over R1.3 million at a Pretoria club. 

Many had not heard of Java before but his Instagram page shows just how long his flaunting his wealth. 

The Sunday Times ran an expose showing just how much the pastor charges for his sessions. 

For $1,000 (about R15,400) you can enter a two-month mentoring programme with teachings five times a week (Act now and get 80% off!), which include tips on how to make money.

According to the Sunday Times, undercover journalists registered for the course but they were yet to receive any form of communication from the parties involved. 

Books and music are going cheap, baptism is available for $444 and $220 will get you a one-on-one phone call with Java himself. Less expensive is a phone call with his son, apostle Innocent Java, who can help with “breaking of evil altars and deliverance from spiritual spouses” (just $99).

As if that is not enough cash flow, the Sunday Times also disclosed that Java's wife Lily Java is also in the business. She allegedly offers a mentoring program $220 with easy payment options through PayPal and bank cards.

On Thursday the pastor asked on social media: “If I give you $1m what will you do for me?” It drew nearly 4,000 responses.

Source: https://www.timeslive.co.za/sunday-times/news/2022-01-16-what-shall-it-profit-a-man-to-gain-the-whole-world-prophet-who-dropped-r13m-at-a-club-wants-to-tell-you/

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