The First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa has led a clean-up campaign programme in Bulawayo where multitudes of people joined to support the National Clean-up Campaign initiative.

The National Clean-up Campaign Programme continues to draw more participants with figures showing an increase of 1 369 percent in February as compared to January this year. In Bulawayo, led by the First Lady, different organisations, government departments, schools, nurses and the uniformed forces came in their numbers in support of the national cause.

Amai Mnangagwa encouraged local authorities to form synergies with companies to ensure sustainable waste management and at the same time create green jobs for the locals.

Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province Cde Judith Ncube commended the corporate world for their support.

Bulawayo City Council representative Engineer Simela Dube said it is the responsibility of every citizen to ensure their environments are clean.

The National Clean-up Campaign instils a sense of belonging and promotes a clean Zimbabwe in line with vision 2030 for an upper middle income economy.