Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Medical | By Johnnie Horton

Government nails Prophet Magaya

Government nails Prophet Magaya

I can confirm police this evening raided Prophet Walter Magaya offices to recover samples of his Aguma medicine which he claims cures HIV.

In a surreal development, Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder, Walter Magaya, appeared in court yesterday - where he was charged with distributing and advertising his controversial HIV/Aids herbs without regulatory approval.

The court heard Magaya attempted to destroy some of the exhibits by flashing them in the office toilets and burning the containers which were however covered half burnt.

A court has heard of a desperate scramble to destroy evidence before police swooped on Walter Magaya's office in Harare to seize unlicenced medicines he meant to sell as an HIV cure.

The UN Health made the reaffirmation after a local preacher in Zimbabwe reportedly claimed that he had received divine revelation of a herbal cure. He will be back in court on November 29.

"He further made claims on Aretha Medical website www.arethamedical.com and that Aretha medical and himself were manufacturers of the Aguma medicine or drug". Verifications had subsequently been sought through the Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe, which revealed that Aguma was not a registered medicine or drug in the country.

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On October 31, police obtained a warrant of search and seizure at the Harare Magistrates' Court and raided Magaya's church premises and allegedly recovered unregistered prescription preparatory medicines, drug manufacturing, packaging machines and drug manufacturing raw materials and 20 bags containing empty capsules, plastic containers and plastic container lids.

"I have been praying for it, and I have been concentrating on it, but I want to assure you, the world may deny it, but they will eventually agree, because you can not fight with facts and win". I, after discovering what I discovered, which was tested, and holding a report which was overwhelming to myself, I went on and announced what I was carrying in my hands without taking note of the authorities of Zimbabwe.

"The ministry strongly urges all clients on treatment for HIV and Aids to continue on their prescribed medication. For me to come and apologise, it is a sign of regret that I rushed the announcement", Magaya said.

The stance of the government was reiterated by the World Health Organisation.

The WHO's representative in Zimbabwe, Dr Alex Gasaira says "there is no cure for HIV infection".

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