Sungura musician Nicholas Zakaria told Daily News he left Walter Magaya’s Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries, a church he served for five years.
The singer is now a member of Ebenezer Prophetic Ministries International led by one Ezekiel Masiyandima, also a former member of PHD Ministries. Masiyandima’s church is based in Chitungwiza. He said he left Magaya’s church because of distance. Said Zakaria:
I left PHD Ministries because of the distance. It was difficult for me to travel to Waterfalls (Harare) from Chitungwiza regularly. I was spending much of my time on the road, therefore it was also affecting my work. At PHD Ministries, I served as a ministerial worker hence I was expected at the church time and again. This jeopardised my rehearsals. Now, it is much easier to operate from Chitungwiza.
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He also said he wants to quit music for farming.
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