Magaya, PHD Ministries Donate Goods Worth $1 Million To Fight Cholera

 

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder Walter Magaya on Sunday donated goods reported to be worth $1 million to help in the fight against Cholera. At least 33 people have succumbed to the disease which has mainly affected Harare’s high-density suburbs of Budiriro and Glen View. The government has declared the cholera outbreak a state of emergency.  During the handover ceremony, Magaya said,

As a church, we also raised funds through our branches in Botswana, Swaziland, China, Australia, United Kingdom, Zambia and South Africa just to name a few. I also sold two of my cars in South Africa so that I could put the money towards the cholera response.

Two other haulage trucks are on the way from South Africa bringing more sanitisers, latex gloves, toilet cleaners and water purification tablets. We had to buy in South Africa because we could not get adequate supplies here in Zimbabwe as our order was quite big. As I speak, I am left with nothing but as a church, we shall help the government to fight cholera until there are no more reported cases.

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44 comments on “Magaya, PHD Ministries Donate Goods Worth $1 Million To Fight Cholera

  1. I feel he is just getting started. The young man is very promising he carries a very strong driven ambition to make a difference.

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