The remains of renowned comedian John Nyanga popularly known as Izeki were taken from College of Medicine in Blantyre on Monday afternoon to his house in Ndirande.

The comedian, who died on Sunday at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre after a long illness, will be laid to rest at HHI Cemetery Tuesday.

His longtime friend and comedian Eric Mabedi alias Jakobo also said the funeral service will be held at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre and not BAT ground as earlier communicated.

Nyanga was born in 1963 and is survived by three Children and a wife.

Condolence messages continue to trickle in with the latest being from United Democratic Front (UDF) spokesperson Ken Ndanga.

Ndanga said the country has lost a talented man who made Malawians laugh at all times.“It was simply a comedy but the message was artistically packaged in a no holds barred. Strong it was and at the same time revealing of great talent one can hardly find on the local scene.

“The high profile audience which included state president Prof.Peter Mutharika cabinet ministers and diplomats, laughed and laughed up to the end as he poured a joke after another,” he wrote.

He added: “That was John Nyanga alias Izeki at his best as he performed along side Eric Mabedi, aka Jakobo at the launch of Public Reforms at the Bingu International Conference Centre.”

“Watching the video clip months after the live performance, I found myself in tears of laughter.”

The message is still fresh and as relevant as it was on the day when he gave that grand performance that gave public servants some ” cash talk”.

Faceofmalawi joins the rest of Malawians on condoling the believed in family in this difficult moments.

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