masowe.jpgReligious leaders have been urged to encourage members of their congregations to come in their numbers and actively participate in the constitution making process.

 

This was said by Zanu Pf Harare Province Chairman Cde Amos Midzi while addressing members of the Johane Masowe yeChishanu church in Budiriro 5 in Harare.

 

As the country prepares for the drafting for the new constitution, various sectors have been urged to actively participate and ensure that important issues are included in the new constitution.

 

Zanu Pf Harare Province Chairman Ambassador Amos Midzi reminded members of the Johane Masowe yeChishanu of the drafting of the new constitution and urged them to actively participate by articulating issues they want included in the new supreme law.

 

“We are here to remind members of the Johanne Masowe Yechishanu Yevadzidzi sect of the drafting of the new constitution. We urge these people to come out and meet out personnel from the outreach teams to learn more about the drafting of the new constitution of  Zimbabwe,” said Cde Midzi

 

The constitution making process has not been progressing at the rate it was expected to due to a number of challenges ,chief among them inadequate funding. According to members of the constitution select committee, the outreach program requires about US$7,4 million while over US$70 million is needed to fund the whole process.