Bushiri believes his daughter would still be alive if she had been allowed to travel for medical assistance.
“When I spoke to the doctor, he highlighted that if she had not been blocked at the airport the first time she needed to travel to Kenya for medical assistance, she wouldn’t have passed on.
“It is very disheartening and sad, therefore, that my daughter has become a victim of the persecutions that we are facing from South Africa,” he said.
On Sunday during the LIVE Service, the Prophet of God had declared that this week would be the week of God’s will.
According to God’s sovereign will, the Prophet’s daughter was then taken into GLORY to be with the Lord early Monday morning.
Yesterday on Thursday (1st of April, 2021) the Prophet’s family, sons, and daughters together with people from different dominations escorted Saint Israella to GLORY where she is with the Father in heavenly PLACES.
She was born on Christmas Day, a time of celebrating the birth of Christ, and she has gone back to the Father during the Easter period, a time of commemorating the death and resurrection of Christ. Her message was simple: “God works in mysterious ways.”
Truly He does work in mysterious ways. We love you our Angel. Rest Well Israella and God bless you all for being with us during this time.
Israella, your mum and I, love you!
No words can describe how both your mum and I cherish you. We are thanking God for the years He allowed us to be your custodians. You belong to God. When you were born, we dedicated you to Him and we can not question the master who took charge of you from your birthdate. You are such a Saint!
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