Rhodesian african Nationalist leader, Bishop Abel Muzorewa, on Wednesday (27 October) accused Rhodesian Prime Minister, Mr.
Rhodesian african Nationalist leader, Bishop Abel Muzorewa, on Wednesday (27 October) accused Rhodesian Prime Minister, Mr. Ian Smith, of perpetrating a giant fraud at the constitutional conference in Geneva while striving to keep power in white hands. Bishop Muzorewa made his statement on the eve of the conference which is due to start on Thursday (28 October). The Chairman of the British sponsored talks, Mr. Ivor Richard, expressed optimism before a meeting with two of the leaders of Rhodesian African nationalists, Mr. Joshua Nkomo and Mr. Robert Mugabe. How was asked whether he was confident the talks would end with agreement
SYNOPSIS: Namely that the conference must take place on he basis of Anglo American proposals, which were put to us, which we accepted. I don't want to appear obstinate or intransigent, simply a question of whether we abide by he agreement or whether we break the agreement and if we break the agreement then I believe we are right back to square one".