MSWATI HOSTS MAGAYA
28 September 2017
Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder, Prophet Walter Magaya, yesterday flew to Swaziland on a private jet at the invitation of King Mswati where he had dinner with the queen, government officials and the elderly.
The Prophet was welcomed by two princes and a princess at King Mswati III International Airport.
He was invited by the Royal Kingdom of Swaziland King Mswati for two days where he is expected to pronounce a blessing to the royal family and spearhead projects being carried to help the less privileged people.
His arrival drew traditional chiefs, church leaders, captains of industries that business came to a halt as people clad in Swaziland traditional attire and port officials jostled to catch a glimpse of the man of cloth.
Prophet Magaya landed aboard a private jet accompanied by his wife Tendai Magaya along with PHD ministry workers.
They were escorted by Prince Guduza Mswati to Swaziland Secrets to pronounce a blessing to a project funded by King Mswati III.
Police officers were seen holding guns along the roads before Prophet Magaya met Queen Mswati who runs the Swaziland Secret project for a briefing at Dvokolwako village.
In an interview Acting Prime Minister, Paul Dhlamini said the coming of Prophet Magaya is a blessing to the nation that God will change people’s lives.
“We thank Prophet Magaya for coming to Swaziland, his visit is a blessing to the nation and many people’s lives,” said Dhlamini.
“His visit to help the needy is commended,” he added.
Government officials who got opportunity to meet Prophet Magaya included Home affairs minister Princess Tsandzile, agriculture minister of labour Moses Vilakati, Minister of Sport Owen Nxumalo and Minister of Constituencies Small Gcamphalala.
Her Majesty Queen Mother Mswati of Swaziland welcomed Prophet Magaya in her speech saying the people of Swaziland have been blessed by the visit of Prophet Magaya.
“I want to welcome my son and Prophet of God Walter Magaya and his team here,” said Queen Mother Mswati.
“I want to believe his coming is a blessing to the Swazis and the gifts he brought for the elderly will change their lives.
“Many people gathered here to receive a blessing from the man of God and believe me; your prayers have been heard before he lays hands on you and the ailing people are healed,” she said.