In an effort to make the environment clean, Daughters of Virtue collaborated with the Zimbabwe Republic Police and City of Harare this Wednesday, for a cleanup campaign in Glen Norah where thousands of women committed themselves to support the national clean up strategy that was launched last year by government.
In a bid to have safe and clean environments thousands of Daughters of Virtue inter-denominational church joined hands with other stakeholders in cleaning Glen Norah suburb.
This was done together with road shows that alerted the public about the dangers of polluting the environment.
Daughters of Virtue spokesperson Apostle Violate Kadzunge says there is need to ensure that no cholera outbreaks occur because the environment will be clean.
“This is how we should do it to prevent outbreak of disease and we call on every citizen to emulate us,” said Apostle Kadzunge.
Pastors who were leading the programme highlighted the need for people to pray for the nation.
Zimbabwe Republic Police Harare province spokesperson Inspector Tarirai Dube says it is important for the police to engage the community through the ZRP network.
Daughters of Virtue is an inter-denominational church founded by Prophetess Memory Matimbire in 2016.