Harare City Council has extended its anti-litter campaign to the churches to restore sanity in the capital.

The Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) in Zimbabwe Harare Central Province spiritual conference in the capital provided a platform on measures to ensure that the city regain its sunshine status.

The development resulted in the council authorities also engaging the church on its anti litter campaign with Harare City Council principal customer relations officer, Ms Dorothy Mavolwane saying the church also plays an important role on spreading messages on the importance of anti litter strategies.

“We are grateful to the city and we hope more will come from such campaigns,” she said.

AFM in Zimbabwe Harare Central Province administrator, Elder Christopher Chemhuru said the church should also embrace the anti litter strategies.

“We welcome such efforts and policies being put in place by the relevant authorities,” said Elder Chemhuru. 

The Harare City Council is also widening its strategy to all parts of the city in a development that is aimed at ensuring a concerted stakeholder approach in sustaining developmental goals of maintaining the city in line with global class standards.