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Prophet Magaya presses mute button

PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) leader prophet Walter Magaya said he will not speak much during his church services as he is going through a difficult time. 

Addressing congregates during a mid-week service last Wednesday in Waterfalls, prophet Magaya said he will concentrate more on prayers.

“For this coming month, my strategy is going to change a bit. I want you to listen to me, I don’t want to speak to you more but rather I want to pray for you more. I will speak, yes, but not much,” said prophet Magaya.

During the previous Sunday service, he encouraged his congregants to be strategic in every situation they face.
Prophet Magaya presses mute button
“There is a lot that has happened to me so I don’t want to burst, I want to pray, I want to pile all my anger towards the devil so I will pray for you more.

Today I will pray for you, on Friday I will pray for you and on Sunday I will also do likewise. I will lay hands on each and everyone who will attend the service, musandinzwire tsitsi I am doing my job,” he said.

Prophet Walter Magaya was last Friday night arrested and arraigned before the courts the following day on allegations of raping a 25-year-old woman last year in July.

He was detained at Rhodesville Police station and appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Vakai Chikwekwe who granted him $2 000 bail coupled with stringent conditions.

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