Prophet Magaya (photo: B Kanhamora).

Prophet Magaya (photo: B Kanhamora).

PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya claims that some bogus prophets were riding on his popularity and selling fake healing oil and anointing water with PHD and Yadah labels to unsuspecting people.

Speaking to NewsDay during his brief appearance in Marondera on Tuesday, Magaya said the alleged con-artists were charging between $3 and $5 for the anointing oil.

“I am quite aware of some men of God, or rather fake prophets, who have been going around claiming to be representatives of this church. We are aware that some have been selling anointing oil in the name of the church,” Magaya said.

“This is the reason why PHD is on an outreach programme where we are meeting the people and parading real anointing oil from the church. People should be aware of these people,” he said.

The charismatic youthful church leader draws huge crowds at his healing sessions throughout the country.