Izeki doing poorly, but not dead – Mabedi

Once mighty drama powerhouse and entertainer, John Nyanga—alias Izeki—longtime partner Eric Mabedi in Izeki ndi Jakobo two-man skit  has brushed aside the monger mill that Izeki has died, saying he  is receiving treatment at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in Blantyre.

Izeki: Alive

Izeki: Alive

Rumours swirled on Monday that Izeki had passed on but Mabedi said he took him to the hospital on Monday where he is still receiving treatment.

“He is in hospital receiving treatment,” said Mabedi.

The social media has been awash from Monday with Nyanga’s purported death.

Mabedi said  it is “false information” what is being spread on social media, saying Izeki is receiving treatment though poorly.

“Izeki is absolutely alive,” stressed Mabedi.

Mabedi said he was dissappointed with “disgusting rumours” with Izkei’s early demise, saying he is getting medical attentoion .

Apart from entertaining people through comedy, Nyanga is also a founder of the Ndirande-based Synagogue for Hope where he is popularly known as Prophet Z

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33 thoughts on “Izeki doing poorly, but not dead – Mabedi”

  1. gnmg mmn says:

    get well soon Zex

  2. Malani says:

    get well soon

  3. chinyophiro says:

    long live papa zex

  4. Life says:

    Mr “The Analyst”..for sometime I have been following your posts and largely, I have found them considerably brainy. Your post (Gossip) on Mr. Nyanga doesn’t fit the bill. Of course you are merely human and therefore fallible. For a country like Malawi, AIDS have evolved to a level where we cannot ridicule someone for having it. It is a generalized epidemic which means chances of relatively “careful” people being infected become high. In any case, you don’t have to be super reckless in order to be infected. Whats wrong with your post is that it stigmatizes sundry people with HIV. I am not judging you but like you have ably stated, we learn from other peoples’ mistakes and even more strongly from our own. I hope your posts in future will not in any way remotely stigmatize other people and come across as the average level posts I see.

  5. Agness mahala manda says:

    Long live baba

  6. mzungu chifundo says:

    JAH GUIDE,Izzeck….!

  7. Mkulu Zikaoneka says:

    @ Analyst. If such comments were made against you or your closest relative say your wife/father/mother/sister brother e.tc. while in the same situation as Mr. John Nyanga. How would you/they feel? Have you diagnosed honorable Mr. Nyanga and found that his sickness is as a result of all the deeds you mentioned as committed by Mr. Nyanga? You are a person of substance based on what you comment and I was not expecting such comments to come from you. Ndakhumudwa!

  8. Jimmy says:

    Get well soon

  9. Vecious Villiyerah says:

    We Would Like To Know More About Our Beloved Izeki.

  10. Jahbless says:

    Long Live John a.k.a IZEKI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Namputu" Doing it Sideways) Lucious says:

    dead man walking, is that a new name for Prophet Z????

  12. Angoni says:

    Get well soon Zex.

  13. Henry says:

    Wakufa sadziwika may u put to shameme o drvils speeches God
    Wishing a quick recover

  14. Idrissa Gerald Msoma says:

    Get well xun Izeck

  15. Shame get better soon mr nyanga

  16. Chief Kapoloma says:

    Wakufa sadziwika thats the final word he alwys says akamatsazika pa program ya kalibu pa Joy radio

  17. Prince Imanah says:

    Dont b quick to judge bwanji kodi anthu inu.

  18. Fumuz says:

    Ur Tym Iz Goin To An [email protected] Had To Ask 4givines Coz We R Sinful Pipo & Livin Sinfuk World

  19. dead or not dead, we ought know that death is there indeed waiting to take the lamenant so osaweluza pliz

  20. peter says:

    How many times Izeki has died but still alive.God be with him

  21. generation of vipers says:

    Some things just telling us that some doors in Izeki’s life are starting to close.

  22. Gas Machine Head says:

    Is this worth publishing Nyasatimes? Something from the social media, let a lone a rumuor?

  23. chifwa says:

    sir Chodola, being ur biological brotheq tell us the truth. What is the real information on the ground

  24. pepe fofi says:

    wish him quick recovery. Mr. mabedi kumeneko ndiye kukhala pitirizani chikondi kwa Jacob. .

  25. Mzakwacha NN, says:

    I wish Isaac a quick recovery.Let’s pray for his health than speculating rumours.Izek,i wish u well and back on stage.Jacob,how can i have all your comedies?Let me know,i very much want to have ur comedies.Mzakwacha Nixon,Pretoria.+27724922299.

  26. The Analyst says:

    O………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………O
    Whoever doesn’t like gossip, should not read on . . .
    . . . But wise is the one, who realises that gossip is 99% true and that there is alway a thing or two to learn from gossip. Za useless and baseless death rumour zili apo, Izeki has done a lot of almost everything, specifically, in his prime.
    . . . As an archaeologolist, which cave has Izeki not explored?
    . . . With his mountaineering hobby, which mountain has he not climbed?
    . . . As a lover of fashion, which cloth has he not touched or sampled, on the vendors’ markets?
    . . . As an investor who likes to diversify; which oil well has he not had a stake in?
    . . . As a farmer who strongly believed in irrigation, which ground has he not watered?
    . . . et cetera . . .
    Is anyone any more surprised that he looks exhausted now? Am not surprised!
    ………………………………………………………………………
    Living is learning. But it’s sad when you are used as an example, for others to learn.
    . . . If you are a National Bank customer or ever visited their premises and happened to watch the recent MO626 Advert featuring Izeki n Ja, one scene that stands out is that of Izeki falling off a bicycle; not as part of the drama, but failure to maintain balance due to weight issues.
    . . . I wish National Bank could edit/delete that scene. It’s quite degrading!; as it invites sympathy as opposed to laughter and more questions than answers; and raises eyebrows more than MO626 awareness.

    . . . Anyway . . .
    “We must learn from the mistakes of others. You can’t possibly live long enough to make them all by yourself.” – Sam Levenson

    End of gossip!
    O……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..O

    1. comedian says:

      Dear Oh,
      archaeologolist spelling is not right.

      1. The Analyst says:

        O………………………………………………………………………………………………………..O
        This is what happens ukakhala kuti unkathawa mkalasi.
        You struggle a lot with spellings, grammar, sentence construction e.t.c
        Akulu ine ndinkathawa mkalasi, forgive me.
        Komanso spelling imeneyi ndiyovuta.
        O………………………………………………………………………………………………………..O

  27. kadamanja says:

    Pepa mbale pepe chila msanga

  28. john banda says:

    get well soon

  29. IWE JOSHUA says:

    WANTHU ANDALE
    MWAWAONA ???

    AKADWALA IWOWO
    MSANGA MSANGA

    NDEGE VUUUUU !!!
    WAKU SOUTH AFRICA/
    INDIA.
    KUNGOTINAMIZILA PACKET
    YA NAPOLO NTHAWI YA
    VISANKHO.

    USATAYE MTIMA MBALE WANGA
    MULUNGU NDI YANKHO !!!

  30. chileka boys says:

    Nyasa journalists please?? You cant cant say, ” … not absolutely dead!!” What do you mean?? is he partially dead?? or you meant to say, ‘…absolutely not dead…’ ??

  31. Denguzman. says:

    Praying to the almighty god to heal him and wishing him a quiet recovery.

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