PROPHET MAGAYA TELLS PM HE WANTS TO INVEST IN SD
Magaya is involved in many projects back in Zimbabwe and the projects include mining, construction, and other business initiatives
PRIME Minister Dr. Sibusiso Dlamini has officially welcomed Prophet Walter Magaya and his wife Prophetess Tendai Magaya into the country.
This happened yesterday during a short event that took place at the Cabinet offices at Hospital Hill, Mbabane. Magaya, who hails from Zimbabwe, was in Dvokolwako on Wednesday to donate E1 million and 10 houses to Philani Maswati, a charity organisation whose patron is Her Majesty the Indlovukazi.
Magaya was introduced to the PM by Swaziland National Provident Fund Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Prince Lonkhokhela.
He was in the company of Ministry of Tnkhundla Principal Secretary (PS) Princess Gcebile, and Philani Maswati Chairman Lutfo Dlamini. Magaya is involved in many projects back in Zimbabwe and the projects include mining, construction, and other business initiatives.
The prime minister said what was done by Magaya was a great job because the Queen Mother was at the forefront of human development in the country.
He told Magaya that Indlovukazi had a charity organisation (Philani Maswati) that wanted to make life easier for the elderly people in the country.
“Your coming to Swaziland is a blessing to us because the country is in need of the prayers and blessings you bring here. We are happy that you are blending your spiritual work with business because it is a fact that for religious activities to be implemented, finances are needed,” the prime minister said.
The premier told the prophet that Swaziland was a Christian country, even though the Constitution allowed for other religions to be practiced.
He said they looked forward to having a healthy working relationship with Magaya, especially because the Magaya family received a Royal status last year, which made Her Majesty to be an adoptive mother to the prophetess.
Dlamini said he looked forward to the lobola day when Magaya would pay to the Queen Mother, as his adoptive mother-in-law.
Responding to the prime minister, Prophet Magaya said he was also happy to be part of the Swazi people and he looked forward to a healthy working relationship.
He told the prime minister that they were ready to be directed and advised by him (prime minister) as they implement their projects in the country.
Magaya presented a book about himself to the premier. The book was about the projects done by Magaya back in Zimbabwe and other neigbouring countries. These projects are worth millions of dollars.
POSE: Prime Minister Dr. Sibusiso Dlamini (3rd l) posing for a group photo with Prophet Walter Magaya (2nd l) and Prophetess Tendai Magaya's (3rd r) delegation. This was yesterday at Cabinet offices in Mbabane.