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Meanwhile, Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi was yesterday asked to explain the religious tourism policy in the country after the recent Jehovah’s Witnesses conference dislodged MPs from their usual hotel bookings.

Makoni South MP Mandi Chimene (Zanu PF) said the Jehovah’s Witnesses and United Methodist Church conferences which were recently held in the country brought tourism, but robbed legislators of their hotel lodgings due to inadequate hotel facilities.

Mzembi said over 80 000 religious tourists were recorded during the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ conference.

“I will be in Brooklyn, New York, on government business and will go to the Jehovah’s Witnesses to thank them for choosing our country for their meeting. Parliament should know that around
80 000 visitors, 30 000 who came from overseas, had all hotels fully booked,” Mzembi said.

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