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    PHD members try to raise the dead at Beitbridge Hospital


    - Some members of the Beitbridge Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) church on Thursday last week prayed in vain for a dead woman to rise, the Mirror can reveal.
      Chipo Mashanda, 44, who lived with her husband employed by the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) at Tongwe collapsed at a hair salon in Beitbridge and died on admission at the Beitbridge District Hospital.
      She was making preparations to travel to PHD church in Harare when she met her untimely death.
      About three members of PHD ministries then begged hospital staff not to immediately put her body into the mortuary because they felt she would rise if they prayed.
      Nurses at the hospital confirmed the incident and said Mashanda's body was left in the resuscitation from around 11am when she died until well after the evening visiting hour when she failed to return from the dead.
      "She passed on in the resuscitation room around 11am and some people came and asked if they could pray for her," said the nurses.
      Unconfirmed reports suggested the church members were given up to the evening to try and bring her back and they prayed together hoping the miracle would manifest.
      Mashanda's body was still in the resuscitation room when a reporter from The Mirror arrived at the hospital where the deceased's husband Miidzo Murawu was making plans for his loved one's funeral.
      "They were here and they prayed but she did not rise," Murawu confirmed.
      Learnmore Murawu, Mashanda's daughter, said she was on her way to the Harare PHD church with her mother when she collapsed at Dulivhadzimo bus terminus.
      She had the agony of watching her mum pass away.
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