Saturday, 14 May 2016

Healed Gari rejects Magaya house

PHD leader, Prophet Walter Magaya, said Garikayi Zindi has made tremendous sanity recovery and while the miracle man appreciates the gesture of a house he bought him – he prefers one outside Rusape and closer to the church for frequent prayer and counselling sessions.

Garikayi’s fresh demand has left Prophet Magaya in a quandary since he (Garikayi) has no roots in Rusape, apart from roaming its streets as a mentally challenged patient.

Garikayi was trapped by a vicious demonic spirit that constantly fights to come back to repossess him and to avoid further attacks, he now prefers to stay within the church’s vicinity for continuous prayers and counselling.

Prophet Magaya had extended a five bed-roomed house in Tsanzaguru, Rusape and money to Garikayi – who was tormented by a demon of insanity for 15 years – to help restore his battered livelihood and aid his healing. So far his family members have been staying at the Rusape house, while he stayed in Harare under Prophet Magaya’s care.

Speaking to The Weekender at the Miracle All Night Prayer last Friday, Garikayi, said he roamed the streets of Rusape for many years and no longer wanted to be associated with the a painful past.
The house which Garikayi wants sold
“I am okay, and grateful to Prophet Magaya for the house and everything he has done, but my request to him has been to sell that house in Rusape and get me a house away from there and closer to the church here in Harare.

“I am recovering from a bad experience, and I do not want to be associated with that past again. Rusape reminds me of that past, yet all I now need is a completely new and better life elsewhere,” said Garikayi.

Asked how the church responded to that, Prophet Magaya said: “He is fine, but uncomfortable to go back to Rusape. His argument is that Rusape reignites sad memories of his past. He often says Prophet, please sell the house in Rusape and buy me a house closer to the church. The other reason is that he has no relatives in Rusape.

“He only stayed there as a ‘mad man’ so he says that reminds him of those memories. So he wants a new place. That is his main reason. He wants to stay closer to the church. He is afraid that he can be attacked again by evil spirits,” said Prophet Magaya.

“We are talking about someone who had 15 years of his life trapped by evil spirits of insanity. You have to appreciate his reason and we are looking at various options at our disposal.

“We are still looking into it. We are calm, we are not in a hurry, why should we hurry? It is our ministry, it is our pace, so at the right time we shall move and do it according to what we want. We are not doing it to satisfy anyone. He has made tremendous progress and we want to thank God for that,” said Prophet Magaya.

Prophet Magaya’s philanthropic gesture was meant to mend “invisible wounds” capable of derailing the intended outcome since victims of traumatic and other adverse conditions have difficulties in navigating the current economic dispensation. Manica Post


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