Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) leader Prophet Walter Magaya ended his two-day crusade in Botswana by donating to the elderly in that country.
The highly-subscribed crusade drew thousands of Batswana, who were treated of many maladies.
Prophet Magaya’s wife, Tendai, donated goodies including food to hundreds of elderly people randomly selected by the community leaders.
Speaking after the donation at Batlokwa Development Stadium, Prophet Magaya said Africans should love one another.
“Thank you for receiving the gifts, more will come, you do not have to be a PHD member, we are Africans and we love you,” he said.
One of the beneficiaries from Tlokweng Village, Mrs Francina Matsetse, thanked Prophet Magaya for the goodies. “I am grateful to what Prophet Magaya did. He is not from Botswana, but has shown his love,” she said.
The crusade was also attended by local chiefs and parliamentarians.
Prophet Magaya moved with Botswana police escort.
Business came to a stand-still during the crusade as local police battled to control traffic and people attending the service.
Sungura star Nicholas Zakaria put up a sterling performance at the crusade.