Reaction to Magaya latest scandals involving a 17-year-old girl…posted by political activist Patson Dzamara:
“I have made contact with the parents of the lady who was sexually abused by Magaya. It is disturbing to learn that Magaya has unleashed people to harass their family & they have gone into hiding. We can’t keep silent Zimbabweans. This madness must be stopped. Spread the message for awareness.”
“So, Magaya manipulated a desperate family in 2013, ‘adopted’ their two daughters, impregnated one of them, lied to her parents that the boyfriend had fled to SA & even asked his wife to give the girl money for preparation. The girl later got married & opened up to hubby. Evil”
“Makandiwa leads a big congregation just like Magaya but I’ve never heard any allegation of sexual abuse against him? This should be the 4th time for Magaya. There is a big issue here…and Magaya must be thoroughly investigated. He must not be allowed to continue abusing women.”
“We will be marching to Magaya’s church soon. We can’t & won’t allow this nonsense to continue. Who is with me?
We will be marching to Magaya's church soon. We can't & won't allow this nonsense to continue. Who is with me?#MagayaMustFall
— Patson Dzamara (@PatsonDzamara) June 28, 2019
This is not the first time that Magaya has faced such an allegation. In 2018, Magaya the founding leader of the Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries appeared before Harare High Court judge Justice Amy Tsanga facing charges of rape, unlawful termination of pregnancy and obstruction of justice.
Then prosecutor General Ray Goba who was leading the prosecution said that State was going to summon at least eleven witnesses to testify against Magaya.
However, the case fell apart after the main witness in the matter, Petronella Donhodzo Mandaza, declared that she would not testify against Magaya.
She accused Goba of forcing her to give false testimony against Magaya, despite her assertion that she had confessed that none of the allegations ever took place.
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