Veteran DJ John Mota to be laid to rest on Tuesday

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The body of the veteran Dj John Mota will be laid to rest on Tuesday next week at his home village in Balaka.

According to Mota’s family, the body will be taken from the College of Medicine mortuary on Monday 13 December, followed by burial on Tuesday in Balaka.

Mota died of high blood pressure at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre yesterday, according to his brother Grevazio.

Until his death, he was a radio broadcaster at Power 101 and he was well known as Atom Dj.

My His Rest in Peace.

 

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Edgar Naitha
Edgar Naitha
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