By Malawi Freedom Network
MCP President Lazarus Chakwera Join Mourners In Bidding Farewell To Veteran Broadcaster Flora Nkusa Nkhoma
Politicians including leader of the main opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP), Lazarus Chakwera was among hundreds of mourners who, on Sunday, gathered at Zimcheta village, Traditional Authority (T/A) Mavwere in Mchinji to bid farewell to the deceased veteran broadcaster and radio personality, Flora Nkusa Nkhoma.
The MCP President was in a team of other party officials, most notably, Secretary General and Parliamentarian, Eisenhower Mkaka.
During the funeral, son of the deceased broadcaster, Phillip Kadzako described her mother as loving and untiring when it came to wishing the best for her children.
Tearfully, Phillip said he together with his siblings will greatly miss their mother.
On behalf of Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC), the institution the late Flora used to work for, an official from Lilongwe Branch, Charles Simango said the entire institution was deeply saddened by the untimely departure of their fellow workmate who was friendly, ready and willing to help anybody among her workmates who needed her help.
When all was done, amid so many tears, the body of the beloved departed was lowered at exactly 3:06 pm.
Born on December 7, 1970, the late Flora Nkusa Nkhoma was employed by MBC in 1995 where she worked until 2006 when she left before her return in 2013.
She was therefore an MBC employee for 17 years.
While at MBC, she was well known for “Zokonda Amayi” and other phone-in programs mostly on Radio 1.
She is survived with 4 children.