Tu-tu-tu ngozi yinanso: South African Pilot, 2 Australian Passengers Survive Plane Crash In Malawi 

A South African pilot and two Australian passengers Wednesday evening survived a chopper accident following the aeroplane’s power failure in Nkhotakota.

Nkhotakota Police Public Relations Officer Williams Kaponda confirmed the development to Malawi News Agency (Mana) saying this occurred on January 4, 2017 at Nkhotakota Boma’s abandoned airfield.

He explained the plane belonging to Ulendo Travelling Group based in South Africa landed abruptly after power failure.

Kaponda identified the pilot as Peter Bezudenmour and the Australian nationals as Jacques and Melga Discy.

The pilot told Police the plane developed a fault while in the sky.

“Bezudenmour told Police the plane developed a fault at that time he was flying from Lilongwe to Mzuzu. He confirmed the engine suddenly stopped working due to power failure. This forced him to abruptly land at a near airfield which was Nkhotakota,” reported the PRO.

The publicist said the three victims escaped unhurt.

Soon after the incident police rushed to the scene and were guarding the place. (By Anjoya Mwanza

Nkhotakota, January 5, Mana)

18 Responses to "Tu-tu-tu ngozi yinanso: South African Pilot, 2 Australian Passengers Survive Plane Crash In Malawi "

  1. Jailosi Wa Jailosii   January 5, 2017 at 4:41 pm

    People need to be educated on aviation matters n how to report…..

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  2. Conrad Kanjo   January 5, 2017 at 5:19 pm

    Ndiyeno akuti the 3 “Victims” escaped unhurt….Hahaha!… Koma!…if you’re saying they ‘escaped unhurt’ , how then can they be victims??… Are you a Rapper by the way??…

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  3. Joseph Wills Window   January 5, 2017 at 8:30 pm

    Koma nanu a Malawi Voice kukakamula nkhani .

    Plane crash ngati kuti munali anthu 20 ?

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  4. Eddington M. Kapira   January 5, 2017 at 8:53 pm

    Kkkkkkk malawi voice ndi mbuzi zokhazokha, nde eni ake mukuti mwalemba nkhani pamenepo zingerezi zake zimenezi? Kkkkkkk mukuchititsa manyazi boma lanu la dpp kuti kuli a pumbwa. Za chimanga zili pati zitsilu inu?

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  5. Anock Mzinza   January 5, 2017 at 9:29 pm

    These are thieves, there is something in nkhotakota they want. They will leave in the night believe me forget about plane crash or whatever!!!!!!!

    Reply

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