Soldier killed in road accident identified

A 37 -year-old soldier who was killed when when the vehicle they were travelling in, an Iveco Bus overturned following a left rear tyre burst at Nkhande along the Dedza- Ntcheu M1 Road on Monday, has been named.

Staff Sergeant Bruno Nkhaya, 37, from Likuni Village in the area of Chief Malili in Lilongwe died due to internal injuries according to postmortem conducted at Ntcheu District Hospital.

Ntcheu Police Public Relations Officer, Gift Matewere said the bus registration number MDF 1455 had eight Malawi Defence Force (MDF) officers who were travelling to Blantyre for official duties.

“Upon arrival at Nkhande, the left rear tyre of the bus got burst and the vehicle went off the road before overturning several times,” said Matewere.

His family described his death as a “huge shock” and said it has “left a gap that cannot be filled”.

While army spokesman said it has been a “tragic loss”.

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5 years ago

May his saul rest in peace

Phungwako
Phungwako
5 years ago

OOOh sad news. May the soul of Bruno rest in peace. We shall miss you in our Chikufikani village TA Kachere in Dedza.

mj
mj
5 years ago

nkutheka a traffic anaona kuti tyre ndi lokutha koma anailolabe galimoto kuyenda chifukwa cha mantha.traffic police be proffessional

Man
Man
5 years ago

RIP

G man
G man
5 years ago

Rip

nambewe
nambewe
5 years ago

Mhsrip

Tango
Tango
5 years ago

May your soul rest in peace Bruno. I cant believe i will never see you again. Once again RIP

Macdassa Nyirenda
Macdassa Nyirenda
5 years ago

RIP

Macdassa Nyirenda
Macdassa Nyirenda
5 years ago

May His Soul Rest In Peace.

ABM
ABM
5 years ago

As Police, we are with the family and MDF during this trying moment. RIP

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