List of #Zimbabwe Prophet Magaya’s fake
miracles and prophecies
August 23, 2016 | by ZimbabweToday |  0
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Shortly before police arrested him on allegations
of raping a university student, PHD ministries
leader, Walter Magaya, told his followers on
Friday that some top politicians and government
officials were plotting to silence him through
trumped up charges.
His arrest, detention and bail hearing was
immediately the main subject of social media
conversations, bar talk and gossip with some
Zimbabweans coining phrases that linked Magaya
to convicted rapists like Robert Gumbura and
Munyaradzi Kereke.
“Magaya aGumbura nekuraper munhu
wemuKereke,”read one of the phrases as others
photoshopped pictures of Magaya in a church,
purportedly with the girl who is laying the rape
charges on the church leader.
These are some of the social media reactions to
the Magaya saga.
For a man who is not new to controversy as
illustrated in the graphic below, his claims there
were politicians behind his arrest evoked
memories of his earlier statements – which if
summed up
Because in 2014, Magaya ‘prophesied’ that
Zimbabwe was going to witness good economic
fortunes and appealed to people to give the then
just re-elected Zanu PF govermment a chance.
Two years down the line, Magaya
‘prophesied’chaos in Zimbabwe, and was also in
the middle of a storm after initially claiming that
government’s plans to introduce bond notes as a
last ditch attempt to address the crippling cash
was a bad idea.
Two weeks later, he was to be quoted saying the
bond notes were ‘a noble idea which was
communicated in a wrong way.’
He also paid $50 000 for a book written by First
Lady Grace Mugabe.
“Someone is praying for Zimbabwe: things will
not remain the same after tonight,” declared
Prophet Magaya
Speaking to journalists during his men’s all-night
prayer at his Waterfalls church, Magaya, who
during the start of the year “prophesied”
economic recovery, said patience was now
required for the long-suffering Zimbabweans to
start enjoying a better life.
“It does not happen overnight. I know that
people are unemployed and the economy is not
performing well, but what is needed is patience.
We have to wait on the Lord. He is the one with
the answer,” he said.
Magaya said with the Zanu PF internal political
fights now seemingly over, government’s effort
should be directed at creating jobs and improving
the economy.
“Last year, yes they were trying to put their
house in order. I am talking about the ruling
Zanu PF. I think they will now concentrate on
the economy. We are going to enjoy relative
peace and this should help us attract investors to
Zimbabwe. I see the rise of Zimbabwe from
there. But we need unity and patience as a
nation,” he said.
“I gave a prophecy two weeks ago about things
happening in South Africa right now. I said more
violence would happen in Southern Africa than at
any other time. The leaders must use their church
leaders to calm down the violence.”
Magaya’s warnings come as Zimbabweans have
become increasingly restive and taken to the
streets and other platforms to demand good
governance, an end to corruption and
improvement in the economy.
South Africa holds crucial local government
elections next month, while a Renamo insurgency
is brewing in Mozambique, with some of that
country’s citizens reportedly seeking refuge in
“So there is going to be more violence
everywhere,” Magaya said ominously.
Responding to questions from journalists during
his midweek church service, Magaya said radical
changes were needed to avert a worsening
economic crisis in the next five years.
“If we do not quickly call upon those with better
minds to assist and create good policies and
measures of enhancing the economy and continue
in the same way we are today, for sure we will
go into the red,” he said.
“But, as a prophet, where we are as Zimbabwe?
What we have as Zimbabwe can give us a chance
to have a transformation within six months.”
6 May 2016
“As I prophesied at the beginning of the year
that some of the events will be repeated, so it’s
coming to pass. so given this, I would say
economists of the country must re-visit some of
these things,”
25 May 2016
My take is that (introduction of bond notes) it’s
a noble idea which was communicated in a wrong
way. This is a purely monetary issue and must
not be politicised. Bond notes are just like
coupons which will be given to exporters as
incentives for bringing money into the country,”