vp mujuru being consoled 29-08-11ed.pngVice President Joice Mujuru has urged the nation to remain united and resolute in consolidating the legacy of struggle against colonialism left to the nation by the late national hero, Retired General Solomon Mujuru.


Cde Mujuru was speaking to a delegation of pastors from the United Methodist Church (UMC) who had gone to offer their condolences to the Vice President on the death of her husband, the late Retired General Mujuru.


The Vice President said the passing away of the late Commander of Commanders has re-energised her and given her strength to continue working for the nation in a way similar to what was done by the late General Mujuru.


“A soldier is known for a never die spirit. I won’t drop the batton stick that was being used in the race by General Mujuru,” she said.


Leader of the United Methodist Church, Bishop Eben Nhiwatiwa urged Vice President Mujuru to remain steadfast saying the whole nation is praying for the Mujuru family.


“We pray that God gives you more energy than you had, so people will be shocked at how diligently you execute your duties,” said Bishop Nhiwatiwa.


Retired General Mujuru passed away on the 16th of this month and was laid to rest at the National Heroes Acre on the 20th of this month.