Churches have pledged to lead the national clean-up campaign to ensure its sustainability.
Church leaders who met with the First Lady, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa came up with a steering committee to coordinate the programme and called for authorities to consider scrapping off public toilet user fees and charges for dumping garbage at designated dumpsites like Pomona.
Apart from leading the national clean-up campaign programme, representatives of church organisations also pledged to preach the culture of cleanliness among their followers.
The First Lady commended the churches for actively supporting the national developmental clean-up agenda.
More than 100 representatives of different church denominations attended the meeting in Harare today.
The national clean-up programme was introduced in December last year by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, urging every citizen to adopt a culture of cleanliness by committing every first Friday of every month to conduct clean-up activities in their vicinity.0
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