Chakwera to lead MCP mourners at Jodder Kanjere funeral on Saturday

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president and leader of opposition Lazarus Chakwera will lead party mourners at the funeral of one of its senior party official Jodder Kanjere which will be held on Saturday.

Kanjere : Dead

Kanjere : Dead

Deputy MCP publicity secretary Ezekiel Ching’oma said the party has been saddened by Kanjere’s death who breathed his last on Wednesday after collapsing in his office.

“MCP has lost one its dedicated members,” said Ching’oma.

Ching’oma said Kanjere was not an ordinary politician but a long serving member of MCP who served in various cabinet portfolios during the late Dr Hastings Kamuzu Banda’s rule including Deputy Minister of Works from 1990 to 1992.

He also served in various positions in the party including as Deputy Director of Elections from 1997 and as Administrative Secretary.

Kanjere, who also contested for the presidency of MCP during the 2013 convention, was a renowned architect and was Managing Director for Kanjere and Associates Consortium.

Chakwera has since said Kanjere will be remembered as a loyal member of the MCP, a devoted architect, and a man who devoted his life to the service of the public.

The remains of Kanjere will be laid to rest at Nanjiri Village  in Lilongwe.

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29 thoughts on “Chakwera to lead MCP mourners at Jodder Kanjere funeral on Saturday”

  1. markc says:

    comrade Jorder Rest InPeace!”wasebenzire kakulu uhambe Kathle!”

  2. wales banda says:


  3. S Munjeza says:

    may his rest in peace

  4. Jendayekha says:

    May your Soul Rest in Peace Comrade Jodder Kanjere, we will always miss you.

  5. Chipewa says:

    Very sad indeed!

  6. Mthawanji says:

    May his soul rest in peace.

  7. Chiwaya Jr B says:

    So sad RIp

  8. Julius says:

    Rest in peace

  9. Khawaz man says:

    Mzimu wawo u wuse mu mtendere

  10. Mustafa khauya says:

    May His Soul Rest in Peace

  11. paulos banda says:

    Condolences go to you Madalitso Kanjere.

  12. MSANA WA PETURO says:

    Don’t rule out bloody DPP’s hand in this.

  13. Magogodo says:

    may his soul rest in peace.

  14. chefourpence says:

    why not Chakwera himself?

  15. igwee says:

    Mwafwa basoza dada wabenge uyu bakuti pitala uyu nthe tangudandawula yayi watisuzga munthu uyu. Yehova wavwilepo. Tagota mukulila.

  16. Chimani. Game says:

    Why not peter?

  17. nafe mnenula says:

    Rest in peace, big man

  18. MARTIN MUBISA says:


  19. wakwithu says:

    I don’t believe he is gone just like that.We have lost the real man of the nation.May his soul rest in peace.

  20. Achimidzimidzi says:


  21. Livulezi river says:

    I thought he was coming from Chigodi, south of Kandeu Parish in Ntcheu? Nanga ku Nanjiri village ko bwanjinso? Anagula malo ku Nanjiriko kapena ku Ntcheu kunali kongokwatira? Anyone in the know can school me please!! May his soul rest in peace!!!!

  22. Dr Mbewe says:

    I am saddened to learn about Kanjele’s death. He was a robust mcp member. May his soul rest in peace.

  23. wakukaya says:


  24. My condolences to the Kanjere family. I interacted with the late Kanjere at some point in his capacity as an architect. I also interacted with his wife, when she was Administrator at Kamuzu Central Hospital. May his soul rest in peace.

  25. Young Max says:

    May his soul rest in peace

  26. Stanley says:

    Wafa chi Bingu

  27. Architects are reducing in number at a high speed – MIA mukuziona
    congrats to young men and women who have decided to by pass MIA yoponderezana to get registered elsewhere – You are the people who will serve Malawi in this noble field while MIA is busy sleeping mkonono !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!and devising new strategies of frustrating those who have registered elsewhere!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Simuatha anawa
    May His Soul rest in peace

  28. Kadakwiza says:

    Condolences. May His Soul Rest in Peace.

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