Thigh vendors smear Magaya’s anointing oil on ‘privates’ to attract wealthy clients

By Shakespeare Muzavazi

In an event that has sent shock waves in the christian community, Gweru thigh vendors are now using anointing oil  as  Juju to attract customers in their questionable business, Zimnews.net can exclusively reveal.

In an interview with this reporter at the Barn night Club recently, commercial sex workers  have confessed to using anointing oil to spruce up their business.

“We smear the sacred oil on our private parts and lips, the oil  tremendously works to attract wealthy customers.

“Some of our competitors use juju from Chipinge and Binga but with the anointing oil we are managing to attract more customers than our colleagues who use charms from traditional healers,”said Sinodia Shava a commercial sex worker from Ascot high density suburb

Another commercial sex worker who declined to be named  said business was booming thanx to the anointing oil.

“We use annoiting oil from Pastor Luke Chivasa, Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa; but Prophet Magaya’s anointing oil is the best when it comes to our business.

“There is so much competition in our business and if you don’t use any charm or enchantment you won’t get any customers,”  confessed the thigh vendor.

Meanwhile, congregants of the churches who offer anointing oil as a deliverance tool have come out guns blazing at the commercial sex workers who are abusing the oil for their ‘evil acts’ .

A woman who identified herself as Mrs Nyoni from UFIC said, “these commercial sex workers shall face consequences, what they are doing is an abomination,”she fumed.

Another congregant from the Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries ( PHD) bemoaned the  behavior of the thigh vendor’s but however classified the whole thing as end time events.

This development comes when most of Zimbabweans have turned to the sacred oil for spiritual and economic solace, some are pouring the oil in the food staffs that they sell and others in commuter omnibuses all in a bid to spruce up their businesses