Sunday, 8 November 2015

Prophet Magaya Speaks On Prophet Makandiwa

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Prophet Walter Magaya says he will not clash with United Family International Church (UFIC) leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa since the callings they follow are different.

Prophet Magaya said while it was normal for people to perceive two prominent spiritual movements working in a country as being antagonistic, the work he was carrying out was different from that of Prophet Makandiwa.

He said this on Friday evening while addressing journalists on the sidelines of an all-night vigil dubbed “Night of Turnaround 4” that attracted hundreds of thousands of people at the PHD Ministries headquarters in Waterfalls.
Prophet Magaya Speaks On Prophet Makandiwa
“Whenever you are in a nation and there are two people that are doing the same thing it may sound like that there is a clash. But what we are doing is that I am following my calling and the other prophet is following his calling and I tell you our lines are totally different. I do not see anywhere we can clash,” said Prophet Magaya.

He was responding to a report that there was bad blood between him and Prophet Makandiwa.

Prophet Magaya did not, however, elaborate the differences in their calling.

Alleged differences between the two charismatic prophets were heightened last week when Prophet Makandiwa appeared to be launching an attack on Prophet Magaya accusing him of being behind an advertisement that appeared in the media congratulating the UFIC leader for coming third on the list of most influential people under the age of 40 in Zimbabwe.

Prophet Makandiwa has refused to acknowledge the credibility of the list that put Prophet Magaya in pole position.

But on Friday evening, Prophet Magaya appeared to play down the alleged rift.

“I am not seeing any fight happening because I am not part of the fight. I strongly believe that our enemy wanted to confuse the two of us,” he said.

Addressing hundreds of thousands of congregants, Prophet Magaya scoffed at his critics who accused him of misleading people.

He said the huge following he commanded was proof that people had realised that he was being used by God.

“I know some people are asking why do you go to a ministry where you are being misled. In this case it is me whom they would be referring to. Tell them that it is better to be misled when we are 100 000 than to be misled when you are just five,” he said to applause from the crowd.

Prophet Magaya surprised his congregants when he linked up with popular Nigerian preacher T B Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, who addressed the gathering before praying for them.

The church’s gathering was attended by politicians, traditional leaders and diplomats among others.