Zimbabweans have been urged to remain united and work towards the growth of their social and economic development.
The call to work together and maintain peace is a movement that started at the leadership level when President Robert Mugabe and the late Vice President Cde Joshua Nkomo signed the Unity Accord in 1987.
Since then, the clarion call from the leaders has been that the nation should continue to work together towards the social and economic development of the country.
This was also the message by the Minister of State for Harare Province, Cde Miriam Chikukwa when she addressed congregants at the Revived Church of God in Chitungwiza.
The same message was also carried by Highfield member of parliament, Cde Psychology Maziwisa during a church service at the St Andrews Methodist Church in Glen Norah.
Despite the various challenges that have faced the country, Zimbabwe has been admired for its peaceful nature and the patriotism of her people two critical ingredients needed for the sustainable growth of the country’s socio-economic programmes.