Newly appointed bishop of the Episcopal Anglican Church in Zimbabwe Rev Canon Emmanuel Nyamusa has vowed to compliment ‘ government efforts in nation building programs especially in health and education sectors.

He urged the church to work in harmony with other churches to foster a good society of Christians.

Rev Nyamusa was made Bishop by bishops from the Anglican Episcopal Church International led by Bishop Stuart Lawson of Victoria, Australia and co-consecrators were Bishop Lonsdale of Solomon Islands, Archbishop Ruin Costa Barbosa of Brazil and Archbishop Emeritus Norman Dutton of England.

Bishop Nyamusa takes over from Vicar-general Rev Takorera Tandi who has been running the show pending election of a bishop .The church has a growing membership and has Centers in Malbrough,Kuwadzana,Mutoko,Murewa,Norton,Mabvuku,TAFARA,Marondera,Rusape,Nyanga,Chinhoyi ,Westlea amongst others.

The Episcopal Anglican Church in Zimbabwe had its first bishop consecrated on June 21 in Harare.

Members of the local church gathered In numbers to witness the historic event and other churches members also attended.