“We Need Our Cash From You Walter Magaya- Congregation To Prophet
An emotional scene was recorded at Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries in Bellville, Cape Town as previous individuals from the congregation dissented and requested that Prophet Magaya discounts them the cash they put resources into the congregation.
The previous individuals blamed the priest for misleading them out of cash they put resources into lodging and different ventures. They additionally held up notices which read;
“We didn’t come to work for you Walter Magaya.”
“We need our cash from you Walter Magaya”
The scene got disorganized as the current church individuals attempted to obstruct previous individuals from entering the congregation and it was found out that the police must be called to the scene to bring request.
New Zimbabwe detailed that the Police went to the scene and encouraged the protesters to move toward a land claims court.
The distribution additionally announced that the previous church individuals had marked a reminder of comprehension (MOU) in 2016 with an auxiliary of the congregation’s venture arm, giving them rights to a private substitute Zimbabwe. In any case, as of not long ago they actually haven’t got the stand nor have they been repaid their cash as guaranteed.
Clearly, this isn’t the first run through previous church individuals have caused ruin. At some point in July, a similar gathering dissented and took steps to cause devastation.
One of the protestors Stanley Mudzingwa uncovered that he is burnt out on quarreling with his wife consistently about the R40,000 he contributed. He asserted that all he needs is his cash.
“I have attempted to connect with the congregation since 2018 … They continue giving me bogus guarantees.”
A lady showing disclosed to GroundUp she had contributed R34,000 for a lodging venture. She said;
“All I need is my cash. I am battling with four youngsters. Since lockdown I am not working. At the point when I went to Zimbabwe to guarantee they said return to Cape Town where you paid your cash.”
One of the demonstrators added;
“I wish the new faces battling with us would open their eyes and gain from our circumstance. This congregation used to have a flood. We would come here and stand the entire administrations since all seats were taken however look now … . the congregation is left with a modest bunch of new faces. Where are each one of those individuals who used to fill the congregation?”
A man who gave his name as Austin Madzivire, in any case, asked the protesters to record their names, portable numbers and to return on Tuesday to meet with the account office.
“The congregation has just begun paying yet there is a test that a portion of the numbers in our records are obsolete. A couple of individuals have just been paid their cash. Return during the week. We let police leave the scene since we realize you are inside your privileges.”
Subsequent to recording their names, the protesters cautioned that on the off chance that they return on Tuesday and don’t get their cash, they will upset the congregation each Sunday until they are paid.
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