By Hannock Kasama

Vice President MUTALE NALUMANGO is concerned with the rise in divorce cases, that reached a record high 31,000 last year.

Mrs. NALUMANGO says research indicates that broken homes are contributing to teenage pregnancies, alcohol abuse and moral decay among adolescents.

She has since called on divorced couples in the country to consider reconciling.

Mrs. NALUMANGO said this in LUSAKA today during a Family Service hosted by Worship Power House Family Church.

At the same occasion Worship Power House Family Church Presiding Bishop CHRISTOPHER BESA called on married couples to be faithful to one another to sustain marriages.

Bishop BESA added that lack of positive and effective communication among some married couples has contributed to rising divorce cases in the country.

Meanwhile, Worship House Family Church Auxiliary Bishop LEONARD LUPIYA counseled married couples to be united and to inspire one another in various vocations as part of the measures to stabilize marriages.

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