GABORONE - Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya yesterday assured Botswana pastors that they should not feel threatened by his presence.
Magaya, who has attracted tens of thousands of people to Batlokwa Development Trust Stadium where he is conducting his maiden regional crusade, said he is not seeking to snap parishioners from other churches.
“To all pastors gathered here, whether from Botswana, Namibia or so, do not view me as a threat as I have not come to form a church,” Magaya said.
“PHD is not a church but a ministry with a mission of prophecy, healing and delivering people.
“We are not coming here to form a church or make money but to save the nation.”
The crusade has attracted bumper crowds with vehicles taking hours negotiating their way out of the venue after service.
The televangelist preached and performed miracles where a number of people in attendance claimed to have been healed.
The crusade drew people from Zimbabwe, Namibia, Zambia, South Africa and Mozambique.
It has been running from the 2nd of this month and will end today.
Meanwhile, prior to the crusade, Magaya told journalists from the region that he is about to launch another attack on the apostolic sect.
“I have written another book exposing the practices of apostolic sects and I will not stop exposing them until God who sent me tells me to,” he said.
“I am not worried about what the leadership of these apostolic sects say as long as I am doing God’s work.
“Of course, I heard the leaders of the apostolic sects have called for a meeting where powers will be demonstrated but I will not do such a thing.
“If they want to expose me, why should they not write and publish a book like what I simply did.”PHD Ministries founder Walter Magaya has been attracting bumper crowds, left, during his crusades in Botswana.