Harare woman has claimed that Prophet Walter Magaya has managed to open her grandchild’s private parts which were closed since her birth.

Mai Chinyoka said doctors had told her that there was nothing they could do. But Prophet Magaya’s anointing oil was all that was needed.

Magaya’s church said in a statement:

in a statement Magaya church said “Mai Chinyoka’s grandchild had no vaginal opening since birth and they sought medical help upon which they were told that it was completely closed up. On the 15th of May 2015 her mother brought her to church and by the special grace of God she had an encounter with the Servant of God Prophet W. Magaya who blessed her with the anointing oil and instructed her to administer on her child.

“She did exactly that and by the special grace of God the vagina has since opened up. They took her back to the doctor who was shocked to date as they had told them that their child could not be assisted in any way. She had to leave with no vaginal opening for the rest of her life but God the specialist of impossibilities turned it all around. We give God all the glory.”

Meanwhile, Prophet Magaya courted controversy three months ago when he performed miracle pregnancy before Vapostori analysed his miracle. Since last year Prophet Magaya and Vapostori have been exchanging harsh words and spiritual fists over various claims and counter-claims.

Writing on their Facebook page, Masowe eChishanu UK Vapostori claimed that Magaya – among other allegations – is abusing barren women by applying his anointing oil on their privates.

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