Police Raid Magaya For ‘HIV-Cure’

The Zimbabwe Republic Police raided Prophet Magaya’s offices looking for his controversial so called ‘HIV cure’ on Wednesday evening, a Government official said. By Kudakwashe Pembere Dubbed Aguma, Magaya’s medicine is receiving brickbats of criticism from all sections of society. Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Deputy Minister Energy Mutodi revealed the latest development on Twitter. “I can confirm police this evening raised Prophet Walter Magaya offices to recover samples of his Aguma medicine which he claims cures HIV,” he said. Mutodi said they want to probe Magaya’s HIV cure claims.…

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No Cure For HIV: WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says no cure for HIV infection has been discovered while acknowledging the efficacy of antiretroviral treatment used in suppressing the virus. By Kudakwashe Pembere This comes in the wake of claims by Prophetic Healing and Deliverance founder Prophet Walter Magaya on Sunday that he found the cure for the menacing virus. In a statement, WHO Zimbabwe Representative Dr Alex Gasasira said no discoveries have been made towards the cure of HIV. “In response to recent media reports alleging the discovery of a cure for HIV…

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#BREAKING: Magaya’s ‘HIV Cure’ Has Not Been Approved: MCAZ

JUST as its name implies in Shona, Aguma (Meaning it has ended), the purported HIV curing herb publicly launched on Sunday by Prophetic Healing  and Deliverance frontman Prophet Walter Magaya might have reached a dead end amidst indications the controversial herb has not been approved for retailing or consumption on the Zimbabwean market, HealthTimes can exclusively reveal. By Kudakwashe Pembere Speaking to HealthTimes,  the Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) Projects and Public Relations Officer Shingai Gwatidzo argued that the so-called HIV cure named Aguma from the cleric was not in…

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