Ex MBC journalist in sudden death

Malawi’s media fraternity has lost another journalist Theacra Huwa-Ngwira  just two days after the killing of another journalist Denis Chirwa in Kenya.

A family member says Ngwira a former presenter and producer for the state-run Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) died  suddenly on Sunday after falling down in her bathroom due to blood pressure.

He could not give more details.

However,  Chief Announcer at Malawi Broadcasting Corporation, Felix Pachani ,  confirmed of the death in a local media interview.

At MBC  Ngwira used to produce and present “Mai Wamakono” radio program.

She was also producing special events programs like presidential functions as well as editing presidential speeches for rebroadcasts.

Her remains are expected to be buried on Tuesday near MDC Stadium in Chilomoni, Blantyre .

 

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Efron kuwani
Efron kuwani
6 years ago

sad news RIP.

kashot kamasho
6 years ago

a great loss to the nation.may her soul rest in peace

Bob Tembo
Bob Tembo
6 years ago

So sad indeed,may her soul rest in peace

Charles Junior Phiri
Charles Junior Phiri
6 years ago

Why me God????????? Why mama has gone lyk dat?????? Since lyf hs neva bn de same may ur soal rest in iternal peace mama. Sadly missed by ur only lovly son #Charles_Jnr

Wanex banda
Wanex banda
6 years ago

RIP

Rompwa
Rompwa
6 years ago

So bad. May her soul rest in peace

"A NATIVE OF NOWHERE"
6 years ago

Sad, sad, sad and very sad, she wil solely be missed. May her soul rest in peace.

NICHOLUS KAMPEZENI
6 years ago

RIP

pearson sadala
pearson sadala
6 years ago

Pepani tge maputuliras

Nyangwani
Nyangwani
6 years ago

May her soul rest in peace.

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