Mnangagwa Urges Indigenous Church Members To Get Their Children Immunised
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged churches to ensure that all their members get their children vaccinated against diseases such as measles and polio.
He made the call while addressing ZANU PF supporters at Beaulieu Primary School in Mutasa South last week on Saturday. The President said:
There are so many churches in the country and we work very well with them, especially the indigenous ones which preach the gospel of unity and love.Feedback
There is no church that we say is bigger than the other, even those with foreign origins.
While we work well with the indigenous churches, we tend to disagree with them over the issue of seeking medical attention for their children.
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Tinozongopesana kana vati havajungwi, tinoti kwavari ah-ah, jungwai. We want lives to be saved regardless of our religious beliefs.
A measles outbreak hit Mutasa District early this year and the virus has spread across the country.
The Ministry of Health and Child Care has since rolled out a nationwide measles vaccination programme targeting 95 percent of all children between the ages of six months and five years. | The Manica Post
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