Arron Nyamayaro, H-Metro Reporter
MINISTER of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Ziyambi Ziyambi, on Saturday hailed Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries founder, Prophet Walter Magaya for complementing Government efforts in nation rebuilding.
He made the sentiments following Prophet Magaya’s announcement at his birthday dinner that PHD has started constructing a school under ‘The Heart Group of Schools’ along Beatrice Road.
“We would like to thank Prophet Magaya for complementing Government efforts in nation rebuilding under the education sector,” said Minister Ziyambi.
“His Excellency, President Mnangagwa has made a policy declaration inviting all Zimbabweans to take full ownership of the nation in its history, future aspirations, successes and failures.
“It is a clarion call to all of us to decide the future we want as Zimbabwean nation-building stakeholders.
“The call to take full ownership of our nation evokes a level high sense of patriotic consciousness.
“President Mnangagwa varikuti nyika inovakwa nevene vayo.
“Introduction of Education 5.0 is now a reality having been adopted by the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development.
“It is now demanded of the nation’s higher and tertiary education sector to not only teach, research and community serve but innovate and industrialise the nation.
“Prophet Magaya is commended for coming on board in problem solving for value creation,” said Minister Ziyambi.
Prophet Magaya commended other church leaders and main line churches for inspiring him to promote education system.
“As PHD ministries we have acquired a place along Masvingo Road and construction of a school has started,” said Prophet Magaya.
“I have been inspired by other churches like Catholics, Anglicans, Methodist and other church leaders like Apostle Guti in building university.
“The Heart Group of Schools aims to provide space for the gifted child struggling to find space in a conventional education set up.
“It’s entry point is to discover a student’s heart desire and nurture the passion and gift in a technologically advanced environment where the teacher is simply a guide or a facilitator.
“The Heart Group of Schools believes that education is life not a preparation for life.
“Therefore, it equips students with relevant hands on life skills, essential in a wide spectrum of studies from sports, through arts to science.
“Structures are being built to match international standards.
“The schools seek to establish partnership with like-minded schools, universities, academies and captains of industries all over the world in order to expose, inspire and broaden the student’s passion and world view allowing them to see possibilities,” said Prophet Magaya.
Prophet Magaya was celebrating his 38th birthday.
Among the guests were Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Service Deputy Minister Kindness Paradza, Permanent Secretary Nick Mangwana and United Nations consultant and regional director Gabriel Rasebotsa of Global Economic Forum based in South Africa.