Individuals who eat three sq. meals day by day are lazy – Prophet

A well-liked pastor has known as out gourmands, foodies, gastronomers who like gobbling three meals a day, describing them as lazy.

Prophet Walter Magaya who's the founding chief of the Prophetic, Therapeutic and Deliverance (PHD) made the assault whereas talking with college students of Harare Polytechnic in Zimababwe lately. He additionally criticised individuals who sleep extra hours a day, though he didn’t state what number of hours is regular.

He mentioned solely lazy folks take three meals per day whereas different extra revolutionary folks will likely be busying searching for means for them to turn out to be rich.

The theme of Magaya’s speech on the college students’ occasion was innovation and how you can earn a living, in response to iHarare on-line newspaper.

Right here is the total assertion by Magaya:

“If you don't want to be inventive and revolutionary you turn out to be an bizarre citizen and stay poor after taking years finding out and losing your dad and mom’ hard-earned cash.

I don't sit on a chair for nothing. I don't have time to eat and I'm ever working in no matter I do as a result of our nation is years behind developed nations.

Individuals who like to sleep extra hours, who take three meals or extra per day are lazy and nothing worthwhile will come from such.

We count on college students to focus on researching methods to make merchandise that deliver wealth to the nation like researching on how plastic is made than promoting plastic issues. Enhance merchandise in order that they proceed to stay on demand if you wish to be millionaires and billionaires.”

Magaya, a disciple of TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), is married to a banker. Collectively they've two kids.

He began his ministry in 2012 after a go to to Joshua in Lagos. Magaya, who was born 6 November 1983, now boasts of 1,000,000 congregants and claims to have carried out miracles.

In February, a Harare court docket convicted him of fraud and fined him $700 (£540) for falsely claiming he had a natural treatment for HIV and Aids.He had pleaded responsible to contravening the Medicines Management Act by promoting an unapproved drug.

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