When it comes to prophets, South Africa has had its fair share of scandalous ones.From pastors who feed rats to their congregants to those who claim they can cure HIV/Aids. And Malawian-born prophet Shepherd Bushiri is no stranger to controversies. The Major 1 now has everyone talking about the ticket prices for his gala dinner that will be held on 23 December at the Pretoria Showgrounds. The cost for a seat at a table ranges from R1 000-R25 000, depending on where one would like to be seated. Social media users found these prices ridiculously high and have taken to Facebook and Twitter to share their thoughts. An Ordinary Ticket for Pastor Bushiri's Gala Dinner is R1000 to sit with the Major One in the High Table is R25000.. Lmfao what in the name of scams is this?? ???????? pic.twitter.com/Xon1VY99VB— Luna Lovegood?? (@Luyanda_D__) December 11, 2017Fill up FNB Golden Cycle price R500.Bushiri Gala Dinner priceR25 000They didn't lie when they said going to heaven is going to be hard... ?????? pic.twitter.com/PURRlIStv4— Mr T (@T5HIVHASE) December 11, 2017What's being served at Bushiri's Gala Dinner? Holy Moët?Divine Belvedere?Spiritual Hennessy?Anointing Veuve Clicquot?— Aubrey Mosalakae (@AubreyWajaja) December 11, 2017#SteinhoffFraud now #BushiriGalaDinner same category if you ask me..— IG:nthabi_bass (@Belle_Bass) December 11, 2017Pastor of ECG Bushiri is charging people R25 000 to sit next to him during Gala Dinner. .....Jesus Christ ate dinner with many people for free, never once did He make people pay for sitting with him on the dining table ( Luke 14:15-24; John 21:12;)#Freely give pic.twitter.com/m6RhepjWeM— Thato Mootane (@PastorThato26) December 12, 2017Do you agree that the price is too high or is it just right to be seated next to the Major 1?