Prophetic Healing and Deliverance leader, Prophet Magaya had his offices raided last night by armed police who wanted evidence of the aguma capsules while he was in a church service.

A raid to recover aguma samples

The prophet announced earlier this week announced that he has found the cure to HIV, AIDS and cancer. The Zimbabwean government however dismissed this claim saying the Health ministry has no such records. The  Deputy Minister of Information Energy Mutodi confirmed the raid and that the purpose was to recover aguma samples. “I can confirm police this evening raided prophet Walter Magaya’s offices to recover samples of his aguma medicine which claims cures HIV,” tweeted Mutodi.

National police spokesperson, Paul Nyathi also confirmed the raid. “I can confirm that Magaya is assisting police with investigations in connection with inquiries the ZRP is currently conducting,” said Nyathi.

Magaya plans on launching aguma outside Zimbabwe

A congregant who preferred anonymity highlighted that Magaya is now considering launching the aguma medicine out of Zimbabwe. This is because he has realized that the medicine may strike a good deal in terms of price and even ease of doing business. This Aguma medicine has been pegged at $500  and $1000. Magaya announced in church that  Aguma will be put up for sale this Saturday. However, he has been warned that if he goes ahead with the plan he is going to be arrested.

Lipstick that adds blood

Magaya also announced that he now has a lipstick that fights cancer. “This lipstick helps people with low blood in their body, if you use this lipstick it will increase particulars in your body,” said Magaya during a press briefing.

Africans suffer from a pull down syndrome

The Magaya congregants have taken it to social media to defend their own. Zimbabweans have however development a mocking spirit whereby any trending issue is turned into jokes. Most congregants believe that Magaya received all the backlash because Aguma was discovered by an African. Their emphasis is on the fact that western ideas are quickly accepted as compared to the ideas of a fellow African.