Maston Musokotwane

It is with great sadness that we announce that Maston Musokotwane passed away peacefully in his home on May 20, 2020. He was born on July 5, 1973 in Zambia, and spent his time between his home country and Canada. He is the son of the late Hon. Kebby Musokotwane former Prime Minister of Zambia and is survived by his mother Hon. Regina Muzya Musokotwane of Lusaka and his siblings Noel of NY USA, Dr. Kebby, Mutinta, Moono, and Tengwera of Lusaka, and Chief Eason of Livingstone. He is also survived by his children Milika, Twaambo and Lubono of Zambia and Kiah, Dante, Zion and Zhané and their mother Melissa Musokotwane from Sarnia. 

He was an active member of the ZamCan community, and loved nothing more than to spread the wisdom and joy of his Zambian culture to others. He will be missed by many nieces, nephews, in-laws and a circle of close friends. He was a wise philosopher, a thinker, an encourager, a seeker of knowledge, a wordsmith, Rastafarian, a believer, and lover of nsima.  He provided a shoulder for his friends to lean on, as well as a voice of confidence and an ear to listen. He lived life to the fullest and made the most of his brief few decades on earth. The loss left in the hearts of his family and friends will never be forgotten.

27 Comments on “Maston Musokotwane”

  1. I had the privilege to know Maston. He was filled with a big life. Deeply saddened to hear of his untimely passing.
    My sincere condolences to Aunt Regina and the Musokotwane family. MHSRIP

  2. So many great and profound conversations we had. I always loved coming to you with difficult topics to discuss, albeit politics, race, religion…whatever the topic, I always enjoyed your perspective. We spent many great nights in deep discussion and had a lot of fun doing it. I’ll miss your sense of humour as well, always quick with a great joke and that boisterous laugh.

    You are already, and will continue to be missed, but I’m thankful we met. You were a good man.

  3. Such a jovial guy. Was privileged to have met you and being friends with you was worthwhile. Go well Maston Musokotwane. You shall surely be missed. May your soul rest in peace.

  4. My sincere condolences go out to the family and friends.
    He was definitely an amazing man that I am so thankful and blessed to have gotten to know. He inspired me in so many ways.
    R.I.P Maston

  5. Condolences paid deeply to my former teacher, mrs. Regina Musokotwane, to Moono and the entire family.❤

  6. Melissa & the rest of the family, I am so terribly sorry to read of Maston’s passing. May God bless & keep you all.

  7. Oh maston. This is such sad news my friend. My college days at zibc were filled with happy moments. You would pick up Carol, who later became mother of lubona, myself and we would all hang out at ” soweto” as you called your living quarters. With eason , pamela, Tio, Noel, carol and lots of otger friends . You were so full of laughter abd a great sense if humour. We have communicated consistently over the years. My sincere condolences to Melissa, your beautiful wife.

  8. I’m so sorry to hear of Maston’s passing, my condolences to the Musokotwane family. It was a privilege to have met Maston, he had a beautiful soul, and very wise beyond his years. Rest In Peace my friend, you will never be forgotten.

  9. My condolences Moono and Tengwera on the loss of your brother. May the almighty continue comforting you..

  10. Maston,
    My beloved cousin….words elude me even many days after your passing..
    We have lost many people we love but yours left me so grief stricken and distraught.cousins are turly our God given best friends for life and it hurts losing many memories we shared as far back as i can remember..what a big heart you had,jovial,full on life, real,…….
    whenever you called me and so much as heard some saddness in my voice you would come to the farm, college or high school to see me.who else but a cousin would take an intrest in knowing what is going on in one’s private life and share relationship stuff with…
    I thank God that you were and always will be part of my family because not even death separates bonds that tie…
    My heart goes out to your children,Auntie Regina, Tengwera, Moono, Tinta,Dr Kebby, Noel,His Royal Highness Chief Musokotwane ( to me he is Easo),Melissa,neices & Nephews, aunts & Uncles, Cousins❤, and the entire family at large..
    We mourn you, celebrate your life and will ALWAYS LOVE You!

  11. My heartfelt condolences to his whole family! Such a sad loss and a young soul. Rest in peace Maston!

  12. My sincere condolences to Kebby and the entire Musokotwane family.Mastone was a great guy.I last met up with him in Livingstone a few years ago.So sad to hear of his demise.Sending love to the bereaved family .Mhsrip

  13. My sincere condolences to the entire Musokotwane family. May God comfort you all during this difficult time. Maston who I had known in my early years in primary school and we had spoke over the phone many years later. A great, joyful character. May his soul rest in perfect peace. X

  14. I recall what a terror you were in primary school and how I hated living on the same street with you and your gang. But what laughs we had about the old days as adults. Sincere condolences to the entire family

  15. big bro words cn not express wat u wher to us.all i cn say z go well,till we meet again rest in peace bro brown suger.we celebrate yo good lyf

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