Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Councillor for Blantyre City Soche East Ward Leonard Chimbanga has expressed shock on the passing of former Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) television broadcaster Geoffrey Kapusa, popularly known as ‘Mr Splash’.

Kapusa died yesterday morning at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital after a long illness.

Writing on his official facebook page Chimbanga said the country has lost well-talented man.

“In the wake of Geoffrey Kapusa’s passing, we mourn the loss of a remarkable radio and TV personality, a mentor, and a dear friend. I had the privilege of collaborating with him on HIV prevention activities in Blantyre City and Soche East Ward, where his dedication and wisdom shone brightly.

“Geoffrey was more than just a colleague; he was like an elder brother to me, always ready with advice and support. His straightforward nature, his blunt honesty, made him a pillar in our community development committee. His contributions were invaluable, his impact immeasurable,” said Chimbanga.

He added: “Malawi, and particularly Blantyre and Soche East, have lost a shining light. To his family, especially his daughters Claudia-Diana and Elizabeth, I offer my deepest condolences. May they find comfort in the memories of his love, guidance, and unwavering commitment to making our world a better place. Rest in peace Mr Splash on, Rest in peace my brother Geoffrey Kapusa.”

Kapusa will be laid to rest on Thursday in Zomba.

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