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A relative said Rtd Bishop Muzorewa, who had not been feeling well lately, was in America three weeks ago to see Farai and was shocked to find him hospitalised.When Farai’s widow Angeline and his brothers — Henry and Earnest — flew in to announce the death on Wednesday, the elder Muzorewa went into decline and subsequently died. Article continues below Mourners were last night gathered at 140 The Chase, Mount Pleasant where a funeral wake for the late Farai was taking place.It is the end of an historical era that occurred within our lives up until Independence was declared in 1980.A devout Christian, he was consecrated as Bishop of Rhodesia in the United Methodist Church at Masera, Botswana in 1968.It was then that Minister Harold Wilson was pressured into adopting the approach in London although he was not initially inclined to do so, but the Prime Minister of Canada, Lester Pearson, formulated a draft resolution which committed Britain to NIBMAR, a policy which was attacked by the Conservatives as disastrous.

To their relief, Ian Smith rejected any offers put to the Rhodesian Front.

When the referendum was withdrawn Muzorewa found himself to be a national leader and an international personality.

In the short history of Zimbabwe his name today is aligned with Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole, the leader of Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) and Joshua Nkomo, leader of the Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU), who both placed themselves under the UANC umbrella despite their doubts when Muzorewa founded the national party.

In his role as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe-Rhodesia from the Internal Settlement to the Lancaster House Agreement in 1979, this devout man was the eldest of eight children, whose father was a lay preacher.

Educated at the United Methodist School, near Mutare, he later taught in Mrewa between 1943-1949.

From then on, until 1952 he studied theology at Old Umtali Biblical College.