Former Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) employee Moffat Njobvu, who was popularly known as Dr Big Daddy, died in his sleep in the early hours of Sunday 8th July, 2018.
According to ZNBC News monitored yesterday, Mr Njobvu who was 71 years at the time of his death worked for ZNBC for 31 years.
He worked as a Nyanja section Programme Organiser and was later promoted as Radio One Manager from 2001 until his retirement.
His son Levison Njobvu confirmed the death of Mr Njobvu to ZNBC News yesterday.
And, ZNBC Corporate Affairs Manager, Yvette Chanda said Management regrets the death of Mr Njobvu, who Mrs Chanda says he continued to provide mentorship to Broadcasters in the corporation even after retirement.
Speaking in his personal capacity, one of the workers at the Chinyanja Section where Mr Njobvu worked for 31 years, Humphrey Mwale described the death of Mr Njobvu as a big loss because the late Njobvu was loving and always at hand to offer advice to the young broadcasters.
Mr Mwale said Mr Njobvu was a parent who never hesitated to offer advice even by phone on the best usage of Chinyanja.
He said the parental approach helped young broadcasters to get on track as he had a soft kind teaching heart to ensure that the Chinyanja Section remained in its greatest height.

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