ZANU PF CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
By Margaret Kamba
ZANU PF yesterday joined the world in celebrating the International day of Peace amidst compassionate thoughts for other countries in turmoil.
Many countries among them Afghanistan are in distress following invasion by the United States of America which is believed to be looting natural resources.
Egypt suffered immensely during the Arab Spring while Libya also witnessed the killing of Saddam Hussein resulting in the turning of that country into ruins.
In anticipation of the same for Zimbabwe, some opposition political parties have since then been engrossed in rendering the country as ungovernable and in a crisis to solicit for invasion by the West.
Speaking during a press conference held at the Party Headquarters in Harare, Acting Information and Publicity Spokesperson Cde Patrick Chinamasa said "as the International Day of Peace, we also remember those in Afghanistan and other tormented nations suffering from American evils."
President and First Secretary of ZANU PF Cde E.D Mnangagwa is constantly preaching unity and peace as the country moves to achieve vision 2030.
He has also set a record of peaceful elections seen through the last election. The setting up of Political Actors Dialogue POLAD was also aimed at promoting peace and unity between the ruling Party and opposition political parties although the MDC has refused to be part of it.