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All Set For Zimbabwe Peace Festival

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority said they are ready for the Zimbabwe Peace scheduled for the 27th July 2018 and are calling on citizens from...

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority said they are ready for the Zimbabwe Peace scheduled for the 27th July 2018 and are calling on citizens from all sectors to attend. 

Addressing the media and artistes at a press conference in Harare yesterday, ZTA Chief Operations Officer Givemore Chidzidzi said the event will begin with a procession of choirs, church groups, general public, Uniformed forces in their brass bands formations from Simon Muzenda (Fourth Street), corner Jason Moyo up to Glamis arena were the rest of the program will be conducted.

All Set For Zimbabwe Peace Festival
“Zimbabwe Peace festival is going to be accompanied by messages for peace, sermons and music from different local gospel artist such as Minister Michael Mahendere, Mechanic Manyeruke, Baba and Amai Charamba and other several artist set for the day,” Chidzidzi said. Chidzidzi emphasised that peace is one of the important aspects for Socio-Economic benefits for the country. “Peace is one of the unique selling propositions for Zimbabwe. “The peace dividend that we have for a country like Zimbabwe is basically the one that put us ahead of any destination in the world,” said Chidzidzi.

Advocate Evangelist Fortunate Bere from Zimbabwe Council of Pentecostal Churches who was also present at the presser cemented that church are now useful in connecting the nation to transformation. “With our prayers is the sermons that are going to be delivered, the music that is going to be given to the people and all the speeches that are going to come are going to transform the mind of everyone who is going to be there on the day”. said Adv. Bere.

In an interview with The Statesman News renowned gospel artiste Mechanic Manyeruke applauded ZTA for this initiative saying when they did something of this sort as artistes, the effect was minimal. “To me this actually came in late because we should have started the peace campaign when political parties started advertising themselves. “It is a good initiative that us as Zimbabweans should adhere to knowing God is among us,” Manyeruke said.

The gathering which is running under the theme “Shout to the Lord” is expected to stimulate business activities for the economy as well as serve as a platform for salvation whilst promoting peace in the nation.
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