HE to grace the National Thanksgiving and Dedication Service

By Yolanda Moyo
All is set for this year’s National Thanks Giving and Dedication Service, with President Emmerson Mnangagwa expected to grace the occasion at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo this Sunday.
The annual event will be broadcast live on ZBC TV and live streamed on various social media platforms.
Speaking to ZBC News in Bulawayo ahead of the service, Faith for the Nation Campaign Chairperson Prophet Andrew Wutawunashe underscored the need for the nation to gather and pray for the progress achieved this year.
“Our national is a Godly nation, and it is important that we come together and give thanks to God,” he said.
“The thrust of this year is embodied in our theme, we are saying we are celebrating the progress of our nation towards our national vision 2030 and thanking God for the progress he has given us. Thanking God for the wisdom he has given our leadership and grace for the rains that are falling and that we have advances in sectors such as agriculture, infrastructure and peace building.
“The national thanks giving gives a very good synergy between the leadership and the churches. It is very unifying event and it is also something that is growing. It is also synonymous with God’s grace in helping us to build a new republic and a new dispensation. We are also carrying on from the President’s unique call when he called upon the nation to fasting and praying and he is also coming to officiate this occasion.
“It is fitting that as a nation we give thanks and that also we petition the Lord to continue helping us fight Covid-19. The nation experienced a providential year of God’s grace, and progress was made in all the benchmarks envisioned for the Second Republic. We’re therefore inviting people from all walks of life to join us during this important event.”

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