Lovely Zimbabwe thrills fans at Cyclone Idai Feedback affair

Entertainment Reporter

LOVELY Zimbabwe on Friday left audience at Celebration Church in Borrowdale, Harare begging for more after putting out a grand performance that thrilled the audience.

Lovely Zimbabwe is a song by team Zimbabwe, a group seven people, aimed at marketing the country to the outside world and they are preparing to launch their DVD on August 9 this year.

The song is sung in six different languages which are Madrin, Chinese, Hindi, French, Malay, Indonesian, Portuguese and French.

The participation by Love Zimbabwe could not have come at a better time than the Cyclone Idai Feedback event organised by Miracle Missions before a bumper crowd that covered people from all walks of life.

The team lead by Abraham Matuka performance enhanced the perfect image of a nation in perfect unity of humanitarian focus towards the victims of the Cyclone disaster under the banner of operation Restore, Rebuild and Renew.

The collaboration reinforced the wisdom and beauty of observing the sanctity and significance of life despite colour, race, religion and gender as the rainbow collaboration set the stage alive.

It was a sobering occasion to witness all races represented with a common agenda for providing the much required relief for the victims some of whom were present to share their harrowing experiences.

Jackie of Miracle Missions could not hide her joy by expressing her sincere gratitude to Zimbabweans for rallying together in helping fellow citizens who had succumbed to the horrendous effects of the terrible disaster and encouraged the audience’s assisting efforts to continue until the dream of Restoration, Rebuilding and Renewal is fully achieved.

Celebration pastor Bonnie Duschelle closed the event perfectly with the song, ‘Our Land Zimbabwe’ making a befitting reinforcement of the unifying spirit among the Zimbabweans in our quest to cherish the beauty of our land and its people.

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