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Prophet Walter Magaya - bogus prophets and anointing oil.

By Osgood Tafira
When the Pharisees sent their disciples along with the Herodians to ask Jesus whether it was acceptable to pay taxes to Caesar, Jesus told them to show him the coin for the tax and he asked them, “Whose likeness and inscription is this?” and they said “Caesar’s.”

Then he said to them, “Therefore render to Caesar things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s.” (Matthew 22 v 16 – 22) Now, whose likeness and inscription is on the bottle of the anointing oil from PHD Ministries?
Prophet Walter Magaya
If the anointing oil were from God then why would it bear labels from PHD? Would it not bear God’s name on it and Him mad about its abuse not Magaya? If the anointing oil is from God then why is he selling it? It is like selling rain! Who buys rain falling free from the sky? That is how ignorant some of us have become.

So he does not sell it but he gives it free to those who buy his CD, please, it is subtle of him but it is selling still. It is like a Kombi conductor telling commuters that the ride is free but the tickets each passenger is required to acquire upon entry cost a dollar!

It also means that those who do not buy do not get segregating them from those who can financially afford deliverance something that Jehovah does not do.

(2 Corinthians 2 v 17) says, “For we are not, like so many, peddlers of God’s Word, but as men of sincerity, as commissioned by God, in the sight of God we speak of Christ”. Even in Paul’s day, the Magayas were there and so many of them insincere and not bespoke by God.

Clearly, Magaya would not have travelled with the Apostles for they were told to, “Acquire no gold or silver or copper on your belts, no bag for your journey, or two tunics or sandals or staffs, for the labourer deserves his food.” (Matthew 10 v 9-10)

Magaya is in complete violation of the apostolic mode of operation here. That is how we know that he is not from God for he is deceitful, greedy and ruthless by robbing, swindling and stealing from the unsuspecting and desperate people.


‘Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya claims that some bogus prophets were riding on his popularity and selling fake healing oil and anointing water with PHD and Yadah labels to unsuspicious people.’

I am surprised by the words of Prophet Magaya: ‘ridding on his popularity’ yet he is riding on the popularity of Jesus!

“Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers and cast out demons without asking for pay for he received without paying.” (Matthew 10 v 8) It is clear that Magaya is manufacturing and anointing oil from a private factory somewhere in the world for if it was from heaven, it would have been available from every prophet like the Holy Spirit is available, “For the harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few.” (Matthew 9 v 37)

It is against the teachings of the gospel to make anointing oil and there is nowhere in the bible were it is mentioned that prophets of the God made anointment oil and healed Israel. It is not Christian. It is anti-scripture and suspicious.

All prophets of God receive the gift of prophesy without paying so that they help without receiving payment. Prophesy, Healing and Deliverance is FREE! Only those who purchase their powers charge people for their services.

‘Behold, I am sending you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.’ (Matthew 10 v 16)Now it is more as if they are the wolves among the sheep sucking people dry of their hard-earned cash in Jesus’ name.

“I am quite aware of some men of God, or rather fake prophets, who have been going around claiming to be representatives of this church. We are aware that some have been selling anointing oil in the name of the church,” Magaya said.’

It is clear that the anointing oil belongs to Magaya. It is his products no wonder why he is infuriated that some people are profiting from it. I wonder how infuriated God is going to be with Magaya over this. I know Coca cola would be, if one starts making homemade Coke, bottling it in its Coke bottles and selling it cheap on the black market.

Osgood Tafira writes in his own capacity.
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