Prophet Walter Magaya issues public apology on HIV cure claim

Prophet Walter Magaya issues public apology on HIV cure claim

Prophet Walter Magaya issues public apology on HIV cure claim

PROPHET Walter Magaya and his workers flashed through the toilet system and further tried to burn containers of the preacher's HIV/Aids "cure" when they got wind of an impending police raid on his Malborough premises in Harare, a court heard on Friday.

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.

It is the State's case that on October 31 this year, Magaya allegedly made an advertisement on Yadah TV of Aguma medicine which he claimed to be a cure for HIV, cancer and other incurable ailments. "Prophet Magaya's medications are not yet approved", said Dr Moyo.

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A court has heard of a desperate scramble to destroy evidence before police swooped on Walter Magaya's office in Harare to seize unlicenced medicines he meant to sell as an HIV cure.

"I spoke before I looked into authorities regulations".

"I carry an apology to them and the public". "We rushed with the results of what we were carrying without the authorities scrutinising it".

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"I can confirm that Magaya is assisting police with investigations in connection with enquiries the ZRP is now conducting", he said.

He urged people living with HIV and Aids to continue taking their antiretroviral drugs.

In a letter to Magaya, ZADHR chairperson Brighton Chizhande told the cleric that his actions are in contravention of the Medicines and Allied Substance Act (Section15:03) and Part 3, Section 32 of the Public Health Act. The testing strategy is part of the government's efforts to achieve the 90-90-90 target - which seeks to have 90 percent of all people with HIV know their status, 90 percent of diagnosed people being on treatment, and 90 percent of those on treatment having suppressed levels of the virus in their bodies by 2020. It was also established that neither accused (2) nor Aretha Medical company were authorised by Health Professions Authority to carry out Clinical tests on any human being to prove that Aguma can cure the aforementioned diseases thereby committing an offence.

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