Walter Magaya To Press Ahead With Research On His AIDS Drug, Aguma

Walter Mgaya says that he is pressing on with his research on a drug, (Aguma) that purportedly cures HIV/AIDS.

The PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader was arrested last year after he prematurely announced that he had found a herbal cure for HIV and Aids before seeking government clearance.

Mgaya was charged with contravening section 40(1) of the Medicines and Allied Substances Control Act, which criminalises the distribution of unapproved medicines and misleading advertisement of such.

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While addressing journalists on New Yera’s Eve, Magaya said

2018 has been a tremendous year for us as a ministry because we undertook very important projects such as the establishment of the marble factory and undertook a serious life-changing health study, which we are now waiting for our government to verify and approve.

We did not rest after announcing the Aguma herb. Instead, we continued to do further research while we wait for the government to do theirs. They are yet to come and start; I don’t know why?


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Prophetic Healing and Deliverance

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

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Walter Magaya To Press Ahead With Research On His AIDS Drug, Aguma