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Controversial Zimbabwe clergyman apologises for HIV cure claims

05 November 2018, 01:44 | Silvia Roy

Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa

Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa

Yesterday members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police accompanied by the dreaded Central Intelligence agents raided Magaya's Offices in search of his HIV and Cancer cure.

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya, pictured, whose recent claims that he would start selling his recently-found herbal cure for Aids has been ordered to retract his comments.

The State alleges that just before the search, Magaya allegedly destroyed some of the exhibits by flushing them down his office toilets and burning some of the containers which were, however, recovered half burnt.

Magaya announced to his congregants last Sunday that he spent two-years praying to God to lead him to the source of the cure.

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"The website was visited, and it was discovered that Magaya claimed that they had conducted some clinical trials and proved that the Aguma medicine can cure HIV and AIDS", read the request for remand forms. His next court date is 26 November.

"He further made claims on Aretha Medical website www.arethamedical.com and that Aretha medical and himself were manufacturers of the Aguma medicine or drug".

"I spoke before I looked into authorities regulations". "I carry a very important apology to the ministry, to the public at large and all organisations". Having carried the research from outside the country, I went on to announce the results unprocedurally.

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.

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"We wrote to the World Health Organisation (WHO) and they said they would work hand-in-hand with government rather than individual-to-individual", Magaya said.

"The ministry strongly urges all clients on treatment for HIV and Aids to continue on their prescribed medication".

WHO's representative in the country, Dr Alex Gasaira, explicitly stated that "there is no cure for HIV infection". "Health experts say there is no cure yet", he said.

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