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MAGAYA’S CUCUMBERS!

By Arron Nyamayaro / Published on Monday, 28 Nov 2016 17:17 PM / No Comments / 2015 views

. . . Anointed or for sale?

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PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder, Prophet Walter Magaya on Sunday dismissed reports circulating on social media that he sold cucumbers to his followers.

Prophet Magaya, who is a farmer, told H-Metro yesterday that he gave the cucumbers for free.

Social media was awash with claims that Prophet Magaya sold the “anointed cucumbers” for US$5 each to church members.

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Some even claimed Prophet Magaya had gotten the cucumbers from Mbare Musika at a bargain and then made a killing at his church service.

However, all this is not true.

In an exclusive interview with H-Metro, Prophet Magaya said he saw it fit to give his ministry workers some of his farm produce, including the cucumbers that have since grabbed attention of social media.

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“When I look at my ministry workers and members, I see them as fertile soil where I can reap best yields if and when I plant them. This is exactly what happened,” said Prophet Magaya.

He added:

“I gave them cucumbers and cabbages for free. I want to be a successful farmer so giving is what I learnt from holy scriptures and I feel more blessed when I give my ministry workers.

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“The cucumbers are sold at the farm for less than a dollar if you visit there, and they were just cucumbers not anointed as alleged.

“I am a farmer and during this rain season I feel more blessed in working the land since God said it in his Holy Scriptures.

“I am sure those who are spreading such falsehoods do not know that I am serious farmer and looking forward to be the best farmer in Zimbabwe.”

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Apart from farming Prophet Magaya is expecting to complete houses under construction in Bulawayo for his prayer partners.