Zimbabwen Prophet Walter Magaya of the PHD Ministries has prophesied that Swaziland will get out of poverty and suffering because the time has come.
He said the kingdom is a blessed nation whose time has come to be a mirror in Africa where all problems will be solved. He said Swaziland is a sleeping giant which will rise to its position this year and be a solution for Africa.
“I decree that Swaziland will be a solution for not only Africa but the whole world. I prophesy that God will raise men and women of power who will come up with inventions which will attract billions to the country. Just like the person who inverted WhatsApp which is worth $ 23 billion. Such inventions will come from Swaziland and attract more revenue for the King, I declare,” he said.
He said Swaziland will attain the vision of becoming a first world as desired by the King and the nation. He said this year is the time for Swaziland to shine bright among the rest of the countries of the world.
“This country will be a hub of technology where a lot of things that will attract billions in revenue will be inverted. New minds that will come up with great innovation and inventions will rise from this kingdom,” Prophet Magaya said.
The prophet also said the challenge facing the African continent was sleeping too much. He said developed nations like China work more and sleep less, hence they have been able to rise economically.
“Africa needs to change the approach and way of doing things”. He said he personally does not like poverty because he grew up in abject poverty but God brought a turnaround in his life which has impacted a number of people. “When I was asked if I am one of the prosperity pastors I agreed because I hate poverty. That is why I declare today that Swaziland will come out of poverty, I decree better policies as Parliament opens soon that will take the country to greater heights,” he added.
EBC Chairman Chief Gija, former Prime Minister and Liqoqo member Prince Mabandla, Tibiyo Taka Ngwane MD Dr A.T Dlamini and Speaker Themba Msibi at the prayer. Zakhele Free Evangelical’s Pastor Shodi Msibi ministering the Word of God.