Thursday, 1 October 2015

Magaya Smuggles Miracle-Zombies Into South Africa, Bribes Journalists- VIDEOS

Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries leader Walter Magaya has (smuggled) bussed thousands of personality-worshippers, and miracle stage-actors from Zimbabwe to make a posh hero welcome for him at the local airport (VIDEO below ) and then to rush to testify at his pre-meditated “prophetic healing” crusades in Pretoria. The people who deify the preacher, caused a scare at Oliver Tambo Airport Wednesday when they flooded into the airport entrance building Magaya was exiting from – VIDEO BELOW.

The self styled preacher who calls himself ‘prophet’ has also hired from the State Media two female radio presenters Tilda Moyo and Zandile Ndlovu also known as Zazalicious, who will be broadcasting Magaya’s “prophetic deliverance “ live from SA.

One of the overzealous “hired” radio DJs, Zazalicious, published an update upon Magaya’s arrival at Oliver Tambo International Airport confirming that the preacher has bussed thousands.
Magaya Smuggles Miracle-Zombies Into South Africa, Bribes Journalists-
“The arrival of Prophet Magaya at OR Tambo airport in SA. An 18 bus convoy arrived from Zimbabwe with other buses coming from Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia and Zambia for the Pretoria crusade.

“ Yours truly Zaza the zazalicious one and Tilda Moyo will be bringing you the updates on Star Fm sounding good all the time”, reads part of her post.

Sources at the Star FM told that Magaya paid for air tickets for the two DJ before giving them $2 000 each.

“On top of that he is going to meet their accommodation for 5 days while taking care of their lunches,” said the journalist.

Magaya did the same recently when he bussed thousands of people to Botswana. He also bribed two ZBC journalists who he gave $2000 each.

Journalists at the now defunct Obert Mpofu owned ZimbabweMail were also paid lumpsums to dampen their ink.

There have been reports that Magaya was also paying bribes to the fraudulent ZBC General manager Radio and Television Services Tarzan Mandizvidza for his sermons to be flighted. Copyright © Africa 24 News. All rights reserved. Distributed by Africa Metro Global Media ( To contact the copyright holder directly for corrections — or for permission to republish or make other authorized use of this material, Click Here.

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