Swazi­land’s

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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.

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