The event was held in Mabvuku yesterday. Young people from the constituency representing both ZANU PF and CCC were present. It was a great day for the youth and facilitating the program, Learnmore Munhangu began by thanking everyone for wanting to be peace ambassadors in the country.

The Zimbabwe Peace Project officer Tatenda Chiriseri talked about youth inclusion in peace building processes. She said youth should act as Peace Ambassadors in their respective communities & desist from being used as tools for political violence. The inclusion of women in peace building processes is very crucial as these are amongst the most vulnerable groups during conflict.

Youth leaders from CCC-Zimbabwe and ZANU PF in Mabvuku Constituency reaffirmed the National Youth Peace Pledge that they had signed signed before 2023 harmonized elections. They pledged to maintain the peace that was prevailing in the country by also encouraging young people from their parties to remember the pledges that they made before The Zimbabwe harmonised elections.

4-H Zimbabwe executive director John Muchenje said “Let’s respect the signed  Peace Pledges and desist from hate speeches.” He emphasized that it was up to us to decide whether we are used as political weapons or not.