Respected UK based Zimbabwean Millionaire businesswoman, Fungai Ndemera, has revealed how deeply hurt hurt she is by the death of her mother in law, Gogo Ndemera.
Fungai is married to Never Ndemera, with whom she runs Flame Lily nursing agency and other technology businesses.
Writing on Instagram, Fungai said :
The Last few weeks were the most difficult weeks leading to the loss of my mother in law.
God blessed me with the most outstanding mother-in-law.
She gave birth to the most wonderful man and the best husband I could ask for. She was a friend, advisor and a true woman of faith and God and a loving mother.
Thetimes we shared meant so much to me and we made so many memories till the end.
She taught me the true meaning of a mother’s love and how to cherish true love and marriage.
Her strength was amazing even through hard times during her last days. When she closed her eyes and soared to the Heavens, I could hear the faint flutter of her wings as she left.
I am grateful for the opportunity to to have been by her side.Her body no longer on this side,her spirit here eternally I see her halo shine.
Although she is gone, we’re not alone,and never shall we be. We will endeavour to keep her spirit alive through honouring what she believed in.
As we went through her belongings, I was touched when we found her tithe cards in a small beautiful bag going as far back as 1999.
The testimonies from her ministers and church family about how she was passionate about building the house of God and serving were heart warming as they were evidenced by all the receipts found in that beautiful bag.
The miracle of the funds raised on her burial day is true evidence that her spirit will live on through the work of God. Today I did this post as a visible time stamp of remembrance of where I was in this season.
Though surrounded with grief, I am at peace knowing that God afforded us with provision to do the best for her more than we could ever ask for.
Gratitude for all Doctors, family members and and Nurse who provided the best care. Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing.
Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming.All we can do is learn to swim.
During those dark days, we will remember the beautiful memories and hold on to those and we will find strength again.