Bogus Security Agent’s Fleece US$40K From Prophet Magaya Using First Lady’s Name
Two people masquerading as government officials attached to the office of the First Lady allegedly exerted force on Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder, Prophet Walter Magaya whilst demanding a bribe to acquit him of the rape charges leveled against him.
The Herald reports that Pertinus Zvabva (45) of Crowhill West and an ex-soldier Takesure Marisa (50) of Kuwadzana, were recently arrested allegedly using First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa to extort over US$40 000 from Walter Magaya.
It is alleged that the duo demanded a ‘Protection fee’ from the cleric which they claimed would be forwarded to the First Lady. The two then demanded US$ 40 000 deposit.
The bogus security agents reportedly pestered Magaya for the balance for over week, leading to Overseer Admire Mango alerting the police, resulting in a trap that led to their arrest.
In an interview with the publication, PHD Overseer Admire Mango confirmed the incident and said that a number of people were in the habit of trying to extort Magaya using names of politicians and senior Government officials.
”They said Amai Mnangagwa was aware of all the allegations being leveled against Prophet Walter Magaya and that she was willing to t assist him,” said Overseer Mango.
”They went on to demand a ‘deposit’ of US $40 000 but emphasized that the money was just a down payment. We became suspicious because knowing the mother of the nation, she would not act in such a manner that disgrace her personality and office.
“We alerted the police resulting in the arrest of the two. One of them identified himself as ‘Major-General Dube’.”
National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said he was still checking the details of the case.
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