Magaya prays for Mugabe

HARARE - Prophet Walter Magaya, the Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) founder on Friday prayed for President Robert Mugabe asking God to bless him with more wisdom to run the country.

In his prayer during an all night prayer for PHD Ministries women in Harare, Magaya asked God to “bless the country’s leadership” saying the Almighty was the only one with capacity to solve problems afflicting mankind.

An estimated 200 000 women attended the all night prayer.

Magaya told the Daily News yesterday that he was not worried about what interpretation people were going to give to his gesture saying it was the responsibility of every man of God to pray for the leadership of the country.

“Basically our message was to ask God to bless the country including its leadership for  Kings are installed not by their own wisdom but the will of God. It is the mandate of all well meaning men of God to pray for the country’s leaders,” said Magaya.

Magaya’s prayer comes at a time Mugabe’s critics have been blaming him for the economic and social problems their are facing.

The country’s unemployment rate is estimated to be well over 85 percent with hundreds of companies closing every month.

Critics point to 91-year-old Mugabe’s advanced age saying he no longer has the wisdom and capacity to extricate the country from the myriad challenges.

The prayer night was, as has become the tradition, attended by tens of thousands of people including international guests.

Providing entertainment was Gospel song birds were Olivia Charamba and Fungisai Zvakavapano- Mashavave who serenaded the crowd throughout the night.

Magaya also presented the women with what he termed the “Father of all anointing oils” provoking “evil spirits” into manifestation.

“We give all glory to His name Jehovah for delivering all ladies from anti-marriage spirits that were tormenting their lives all along,” shouted Magaya.

Earlier in the night, the charismatic preacher had prayed for the women pleading with God to deliver them from anti-marriage spirits he said were destroying families.

Magaya said the event was the biggest women gathering ever witnessed in the country.

Comments (20)

my Jesus .. We give all the glory and praise to the most high God.Was really blessed at the ladies all night prayer .thank you prophet Magaya for your teachings you have really cemented up my marriage ...it was my first time to attend PHD ministries and was overwhelmed by the attendance..

Thembi - 29 March 2015

I heard the Prophet saying zimbabweans should pray for their President and also urged pple from other countries to pray for their leaders. He said it is the duty of pple to pray for their leaders. This is inline with what the bible says in Romans 13 v 1 “Everyone must submit to governing authorities. For all authority comes from God, and those in positions of authority have been placed there by God.” But these were like opening remarks and he taught on many issues thereafter but alas it seems our journalists captured nothing. They only have the opening remarks and the issues they quizzed the prophet about after the service. I give up on Zim journalism.

Bridget - 29 March 2015

I heard the Prophet saying zimbabweans should pray for their President and also urged pple from other countries to pray for their leaders. He said it is the duty of pple to pray for their leaders. This is inline with what the bible says in Romans 13 v 1 “Everyone must submit to governing authorities. For all authority comes from God, and those in positions of authority have been placed there by God.” But these were like opening remarks and he taught on many issues thereafter but alas it seems our journalists captured nothing. They only have the opening remarks and the issues they quizzed the prophet about after the service. I give up on Zim journalism.

Bridget - 29 March 2015

Tokumbirawo prophet vanamatire Itai Dzamara uyo asiri kuzivikanwa kuti arikupi, arikudyei kana kuti mupenyu here. I have you in my prayers Itai, ndinovimba Mwari vanokuchengeta.

redemption - 29 March 2015

F***ng Magaya!! Shut your f***ng mouth, you faggot. Pray for yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Garikayi - 30 March 2015

Whenever I see these Preachers talk they make me puke,Mr editor.Doesnt the bible say "Honor your Father and Mother."Who cares about Robert Mugabe except Webster Shamu.

Guranyanga - 30 March 2015

We love and respect our President as PhD Ministries and God will give him wisdom and many more years .Vatungamiri vanobva kuna Mwari,it's by God's grace to be a leader it's not by choice.Thank you Prophet Magaya for that prayer

Taps - 30 March 2015

@Bridget, am surprised all along you did not that in this country we have dhunyalists as opposed to journalists. Especially the ones in the so called private medial. Its truly "private" because the behaviour is just similar to visiting a toilet, you definately needs some privacy, whatever you will be doing in the toilet!

reason - 30 March 2015

Zim journalisim yakadhakwa.The all night prayer was powerful,thousands were delivered,and we were taught many things.Tinotenda mwari nekutipa muporofita akadai pamazuva edu Prophet W Magaya.

ome - 30 March 2015

Yes.. you can get emotional about what the man of God did...but He is in obedience of the word of God. He is not in some people pleasing competition. Its all about God!

jacktheswede - 30 March 2015

vapera here vekunamatira??

Ashie - 30 March 2015

THE PROPHET OF GOD WAS SPOT ON.WE SHOULD PRAY FOR OUR LEADERS.ITS FUNNY WHEN SOMEONE WISHES FOR A LEADER TO DIE.THIS IS BEYONG US COMRADES NDEZVAMWARI IZVI.YOU SHOULD SUBMIT AS A CITIZEN .IT IS ALSO GOD S LAW HAZVISI ZVENYU VANHUWE.SANDO KUNA PROPHET

masimba - 31 March 2015

@garikayi.the bible says touch not my anointed.baba munoita maperembudzi sana mirriam mu bible mukatamba muchinyomba vanhu vamwari.president nemhuri yavo tinotovanamatira as our duty.

MASIMBA - 31 March 2015

Glory be to God , we thank God for sending, Prophet Magaya , may the Lord use him mightely.

justice Edwin - 25 May 2015

Thank you prophet Magaya for being in existence during our time. May the almighty richly bless you.

Charles Marange Mangoko - 7 October 2015

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