The Heavens Qualified Me To Play In Zim Legends Match: Walter Magaya

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance founder Walter Magaya has revealed that he played in the Zimbabwe Legends match, despite never having played professional football because the heavens had qualified him. Magaya came in on as a subject in a match in which the Zimbabwe Legends drew 2-2 against the Barcelona Legends at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. Explaining why he played, Magaya said:

It is true that I am one of the unheralded soccer players in Zimbabwe but the heavens qualified me to play today and I am happy that I participated in the scoring of our second goal.

I play soccer every day so does Walter junior and this was part of our ministry and PHD came in numbers after learning that I was going to play.

…By coming in their numbers PHD was preaching peace and many learnt a lot when they watched me giving others a chance to play and do my best when I was asked by the coach to play.

Magaya’s cameo has generated a lot of discussion and debate from football and non-football fans alike. Here are some of the reactions.

 

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Walter Magaya is a Zimbabwean religious leader. He is among the most celebrated self-proclaimed prophets in Zimbabwe and is the founder of Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries (P.H.D). Magaya rose to prominence in 2012 after his visit to T. B. Joshua (of SCOAN) who is believed... Read More About Walter Magaya

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries (P.H.D) is a Christian religious organisation founded in 2010 and led by Walter Magaya who is a self-proclaimed prophet. The organisation rose to prominence around 2012 when it was increasingly reported that the membership was growing very fast and widespread... Read More About Prophetic Healing and Deliverance

The National Sports Stadium which is located in the "Sunshine City" Harare is Zimbabwe's biggest stadium. The Stadium was constructed with the aid of the Chinese government in 1987 and has a carrying capacity of 60 000. It is located 7 km west of Harare's... Read More About National Sports Stadium

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