By ZBC Reporter
ZIMBABWEANS from different church denominations this Friday vowed to continue praying for the nation for economic restoration and prevention of disasters, with a prayer having been held this Friday in Mutare.
Men and women of God descended on Mutare Show Grounds for a prayer. The event which drew participants closer to God was characterised by flag displays bringing out a sense of belonging and unity among Zimbabweans.
Addressing thousands who had gathered for the day of prayer, the First Lady, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa said Zimbabwe is a God-fearing nation, hence the need to unite and seek the Almighty’s intervention during challenging times.
“Let’s pray for our nation let’s put the interest of our nation first for Zimbabwe is a God-fearing nation and let’s preach forgiveness,” said the First Lady, Amai Mnangagwa.
The event attracted different church denominations that united to pray for the transformation of Zimbabwe’s socio-economic challenges and an end to natural disasters such as Cyclone Idai which claimed hundreds of lives last year.
Pastors and Reverends led different prayer points that include peace, unity, love, forgiveness, hard work and development. They concurred that they are taking Zimbabwe’s challenges head on in prayer.
The Minister of Defence and War Veterans Affairs, Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri represented Minister of State for Manicaland province, commending the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa for her active role in assisting those affected by Cyclone Idai last year.
“We want to thank the First Lady for helping the people in Manicaland. During the Cyclone Idai she helped us and today she is with us praying for our province,” she said.
Churches vow to continue praying for the nation
By ZBC Reporter