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Form two pupil goes missing

by Dr Masimba Mavaza
02 Mar 2021 at 20:59hrs | Views
Tawanda Anesuishe Muzira a form two pupil at Nyazura Adventist Mission went missing on the 19th of February 2021. He was last seen in Warren Park wearing a blue T-shirt, black trousers and a pair of slippers.

Tawanda was born to the late Abison Muzira and Chenaimoyo Matambo on the 17th of September 2006 at Suburban Maternity Medical Center, Harare. At the time of his disappearance, Tawanda had visited his legal guardians (Kirion Muzira-74 Yrs & Shumirai Muzira-71 Yrs) in Warren Park.

Tawanda left his grandparents' home in Warren Park (No 30-34th Crescent) at around 11am, and he never returned home.

His uncle and sponsor Pastor R Muzira and Mrs Muzira have requested and literally begging anyone with information to contact Warren Park Police quoting Warren Park ZRP, RRB No: 4632794, Office No 4, Tel: 0242-228287.

Speaking to this correspondent Pastor Muzira said "I pray and hope that Tawanda will come home safe" An expert in the missing persons Dr Matimbe talking from the UK said

"All loss is hard. All loss is lonely. But there is something about child-loss that puts it in a unique category. In a stroke of a moment the whole life as It is known comes to a complete halt. A person loses all hope and joy, and the worst will be yet to come. Indeed, in the early days and weeks,  being able to survive the missing of a child is a nightmare".

You may hear a lot of anger and emotions because child-loss is not fair and anger is an immense part of it - raw life-changing anger at the unfairness of it all, much more anger then is associated with other losses." Because of this it is important that wherever you are make it your priority to help this family reunite with their son.

It is difficult to put into words the pain, heartache, anger, loss of hope and emotions do to one when they lose their beloved child.  Even words cannot fully come close to the way the Muzira's lives are shattered after missing their child.

"But it is my hope that more people will understand what we are going through, and how it is the worst loss of all." Said pastor Muzira as he try to put up a brave voice.

It is tough times to imagine, if you can, ever see your child again, never hearing him laugh, ever hearing the sound of his coming home Nothing - just silence, emptiness. This what you must never wish for any human being.

And that is a fear you have, that as time passes you will start to lose hope. This is what it really feels like: A part of you is not home

We urge all who have seen Tawanda in the last few days to come forward. Your information will surely save this child and put back joy on Muzira family.

Source - Dr Masimba Mavaza