Following Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder, Walter Magaya’s announcement that he found the HIV and AIDS cure, Zimbabweans have expressed mixed reactions with some labeling it a money making scheme while others felt it was a genuine gesture from the man of God to save world.
Here are are some of the reactions from Twitter.
If Magaya's AIDS cure claims are real, then it's simple, inject him with the virus & lets see this so called cure, cure him. Otherwise it's a scam.
— Tay's Way – 🇿🇼🇿🇦 (@tays_way_) October 29, 2018
What is lost on Prophet Magaya et al is that in science if you come with a claim the onus is on you to prove that it is true, not on doubters and cynics to prove you wrong. Unlike faith where no evidence is necessary.
— Children deserve better (@chirembawa) October 29, 2018
11yrs since I made this HIV & Aids documentary film, it is unbelievable that we still have charlatans like Walter Magaya who prey on the vulnerable & desperate claiming to have an Aids cure. @misscailah @ZimMediaReview @matigary @ali_naka @sure_kamhunga https://t.co/uU9X3N7AVN
— Hopewell Chin’ono (@daddyhope) October 29, 2018
— Chuwe Tavada MuguraSibanda (@ChuweTavada) October 28, 2018
The idea is being protected since the #AGUMA is not yet out there. This is the same thing that happened with Malaria, people did not just accept that the cure would work and a lot of people died. People should learn from the medical history
— Cassandra Ndlovu (@CassandraNdlov1) October 28, 2018
Can you see the formula of coca cola on the net,this is a new product it's still protected from imitations ©ing even though its patented
— Bunz Zimboy (@BunzZimboy) October 28, 2018
So funny to see Zimbabweans this furious that God has remembered us in this way. Can't even take a moment to see the many opportunities that come with this discovery.
— Patriot🇿🇼 (@CdeHlomayi) October 28, 2018