Lets advocate for peace as leaders - SB Moyo

Lets advocate for peace as leaders - SB Moyo
Published: 17 August 2018 (217 Views)
Foreign affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo has called on all political leaders to advocate for peace in all their platforms in order to ensure the success of the nation.

"It is important for us as leaders to advocate for peace in everything we say and do! Let's continue on this peaceful road! Yes, it does begin with me and today I pledge to be peaceful in my conduct. Retweet if you pledge to remain peaceful," he tweeted.

The remarks come at a time when his party Zanu PF has condemned MDC Alliance leaders for instigating violence before the announcement of the presidential results.

- Byo24News

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