Malawi govt shocked with murder of tobacco farmer Yiannakis, says Minister Mwanamvekha
Government Friday expressed deep regard to the ultimately death of a long time tobacco farmer in Namwera in Mangochi, who was shot at his estate on Wednesday.
Minister Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, Joseph Mwanamvekha said the President is sudden with the death of Harry Yiannakis, a tobacco farmer who wasshot by unknown assailant.
He extended a message of condolence to members of the bereaved family for the loss of their beloved one
“We have been assured by security agents that they will investigate the matter further and those involve should be brought to book and the arm of the law should take its courses,” Mwanamvekha told reporters in an interview in Kanengo, Lilongwe.
He described the late Yiannakis as a committed tobacco farmer from Namwera who has contributed a lot to the industry in the past years in the country.
The Minister said his demise of late Yiannakis is a great loss not only to the Ministry but to the entire country as a whole.
He said Yiannakis had an influence in the tobacco industry and many famers benefited from his experience and knowledge on how to grow the crop.
Mwanamvekha said the burial of the late Yiannakis is scheduled to place in Blantyre on Saturday and official from ministry are making all arrangement to attend.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :
This is what Malawi has become….riddled with violent crime. Whilst we applaud condemnation of the killing of Yiannakis, bear in mind there are other 100s upon 100s dying in Malawi every week from crime. DPP is in real denial when you openly say that Malawi is developing and crime is under control. The ruling party is even training its Youth Cadets to become professional criminals. One day these criminals will seek blood from you politicians and your families. It wont be long before you experience death from the hands of these criminals you have created. May the soul of Yiannakis… Read more »
you sound like a mere hater
So everybody has got a gun now
In townships and villages ??
BUT MY BIBLE IS MY SHIELD –ANY WEAPON AGAINST ME AND MY FAMILY SHALL BACK FIRE IN JESUS MIGHTY NAME !! MHSRIP !!
Sad.The Yiannakis are Malawians whose parents settled in Malawi Limbe a long time ago. The first bus stop from Limbe on the Highway was callef after their grandfather who operated a bakery in Limbe sold fresh fish while Trataris was baking bread in Blanryre at Ginnery corner in the sixties. May His Soul Rest in Peace.
why cant the so called prophets and prophetesses bring those culprits out on the open like what happened to king david when he stole from and murdered uriah