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Zimuto High pupil to represent Zim in Namibia

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Zimuto High pupil to represent Zim in Namibia


Trymore Tagwirei

MASVINGO-Zimuto High whiz kid Theophilus Beans who invented a smart walking stick is set to represent the country at the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) World Children’s Day event in Namibia.
The commemorations will be held in Walvis Bay on November 20, 2023.
Zimuto High head Harris Mashava confirmed the developments to The Mirror.
“Theophilus will travel to Namibia on November 19, 2023, for the World Children’s Day commemorations. We are proud of him because he is lifting our school flag to higher levels.
“He is a role model to other students here and we are happy for him to continue lifting our school name and the country to a higher level. He is adopting our school motto Tinokwirira,” he added.
World Children’s Day is UNICEF’s annual day of giving children a broader space to discuss their views on making and defining their future. It is celebrated on November 20 every year.
The day was first commemorated in 1954 as the Universal Children’s Day as a way of promoting international togetherness, and awareness among children worldwide and improving children’s welfare.
Beans told The Mirror that he is elated to be representing his school and country at the commemorations.
“I feel honoured to represent my country at the UNICEF World Children’s Day Commemorations in Namibia next month. I will represent our needs, welfare and problems that we are encountering as children. We are the future generation,” he said.

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