Friday, 15 April 2016

Court detains Angolans bound for Magaya service

THE quest for spiritual healing last Tuesday landed two Angolans in court after they illegally crossed into Zimbabwe with the intention of attending a Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance Church service held in Sakubva.

Manica Post reported that Costa Daniel Antonio (36) and Afonso Esteve Joao (33) were awaiting deportation back to Angola after they were found guilty of contravening immigration laws.They appeared before Mutare senior magistrate, Sekai Chiundura.

Antonio and Joao were both sentenced to three months imprisonment each which were wholly suspended on condition of good behaviour.

Antonio told the court that they were on their way to Prophet Walter Magaya’s service held in Sakubva as they needed deliverance from epileptic demons.
Court detains Angolans bound for Magaya service
“Your Worship, we are all epileptic and were on our way to Prophet Walter Magaya’s sermon which was held in Sakubva. We had contacted the Prophet and we were to get our deliverance in this city. We erred by entering the country without valid travelling documents and beg for your forgiveness,” said Antonio.

Fletcher Karombe prosecuted.

The State alleged that on April 4 at Forbes Border Post, the two were arrested by immigration officers after they entered and remained in Zimbabwe without passports or permits permitting them to enter and remain in Zimbabwe thereby contravening the law.
Source: Byo24News

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