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Magaya opens anointing oil shop in Gweru
09/09/2015 00:00:00
by Midlands Correspondent
 
Selling annointing oil ... Walter Magaya
 
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GWERU: Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya has opened offices in the Midlands capital where items such as anointing oil, books, wristbands, reminder bracelets, t-shirts, jackets among other products are being sold.

A large banner to inform people of the new offices has since been erected at Midlands Hotel.

Items sold at the office-cum shop range between $1 bracelets, books, T-shirts for $15 while other small items cost between $1 and $5 with jackets going for $25.

Though Magaya could not be reached for comment, in March this year he accused bogus prophets of selling fake healing oil and anointing water with PHD and Yadah labels to unsuspecting people.

Many of Magaya’s followers believe that the PHD wares have the power to heal and protect them against evil spirits.

Critics however, argue that the charismatic prophet is ripping off Zimbabweans desperate for some hope in an increasingly difficult socio-economic environment.



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