The National Movement of Catholic Students has challenged young people and society at large to adopt healthy lifestyles and shun consumerism.
Addressing delegates at Southern Africa Summit in Chinhoyi, International Movement of Catholic Students (IMCS) PaxRomana president Mr Edouard Pihewa Karoue challenged young people to lead healthy lives for themselves and for the environment.
The Togolese said, “When the heart is empty, one buys things, keeps them and consume. It’s usually the people who don’t have joy who keep buying things even when they don’t need them and the throw away culture exacerbates the ecological crisis.”
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