Vice President Chiwenga Graces Long Time Friend Anselem Sanyatwe And Wife Chido’s White Wedding

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga‘s long-time friend Anselem Sanyatwe and his wife Chido Machona Sanyatwe renewed their vows over the weekend.

Ambassador Sanyatwe’s wife Chido is a Zanu-PF Nyanga North Member of the House of Assembly.

The couple renewed their wedding vows at Regina Ceoli Mission on Sunday.  Anselem Sanyatwe said they had a wedding at court but had always wanted to have a white wedding.

Vice President Chiwenga and his wife Miniyothabo Baloyi were some of the top government officials in attendance.

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga read a speech on behalf of President Emmerson Mnangagwa who was unable to attend the event due to another commitment.

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Vice President Chiwenga encouraged the youth to emulate his longtime friend Anselem Sanyatwe and his wife Chido by tying the knot. He said:

The President really wanted to be here but because of pressing commitments he could not and that is the reason he sent me here to represent him and convey his message. He congratulated the Sanyatwe family as well as the Nyanga North family for this achievement. A wedding is a gift from God and we really need to applaud the effort made to have it. It sets a very good example for the young, most of whom are now being wasted by drugs. We are grateful to the churches that raised these two (Sanyatwes) and it is amble evidence that when children are raised in church they get the proper upbringing they need because they obtain good teachings from the church and the family as well. Our youths should emulate this. May God bless this union

He revealed that he has been friends with Ambassador Sanyatwe since the Second Chimurenga. Chiwenga said:

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We have been friends with Ambassador Sanyatwe since the days of the liberation struggle when I was Commander in the Manica while he was in the bare we now know as Mashonaland Central, which also covered some parts of Mashonaland East. We remained friends after independence when we both served in the Zimbabwe National Army at Five Brigade in the Midlands. We then reunited at army headquarters in Harare and up to this day we are still working together. Unbeknown to me until a later stage, we are both Catholics

Guests included Minister of State for Manicaland Affairs and Devolution Nokuthula Matsikenyere, Deputy Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Mike Madiro, Nyanga North Member of the House of Assembly Supa Mandiwanzira and a number of army Generals.

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