Chanco students leadership faces disciplinary action : Ayuba says ‘politically motivated’ charges

Students Union leaders at Chancellor College have been summoned for a displinary hearing following their recent viplent protests against fee hike.

Ayuba: Baseless charges

Ayuba: Baseless charges

Chancellor College Students Union president Silvyster Ayuba James said the entire leadership has been summoned to be on campus on Monday.

He said the management has levelled two charges against the students union; that of interferring with administration of Chancellor College and unlawful assembly.

“These are baseless charges, politically motivated, I find the charges unjustified,” said the student lawyer.

The University of Malawi Students leadership meets tomorrow to decide on whether to accept President Peter Mutharika’s K50000 college fees cut.

Some students say the University’s decision to hike the fees from K275000 per year to K400000 per year is unjustified taking into the poor state of the economy bit critics of the Fees Must Fall campaign argue the University of Malawi is full of students from the elite and rich families who went to very expensive secopndary schools where their parents paid as much as K500000 per term.

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5 thoughts on “Chanco students leadership faces disciplinary action : Ayuba says ‘politically motivated’ charges”

  1. Ayuba umachita mwano uona pa monday, school yako yatha. Tionetse kalata yaumboni kuti demo yako inali yovomelezeka ndi a court ya Zomba…opusa , chizete, galu….iwe. kajoine gulu la chifwamba la Boko Haram ndi Gule wa Mkulu

    1. Central says:

      Fisi iwe wachabe chabe! Who are you to intimidate Ayuba?? Young demo iwe, mpwimbwisi wachabe chabe……….!!

      Fear not Ayuba!! Fight for the needy!! Peter and Chaponda paid nothing during Kapuzu! It was like that because Kamuzu and his cabinet knew how to play the cards then!! Now instead of them borrowing a leaf from Kamuzu’s archive they want to turn public universities which are meant for social service and have to be run as not for profit, they want to start generating profit from it just like a private university!! Chonsecho chifukwa akuthawa ntchito yomwe Boma liyenera kugwira!!

      Seriously if it was just as expensive as they want it to be, iwowa akanaphunzira??? Makolo awo anali ndi ndalama zingati iwowa nthawi imene ija!! Pano mwaona muli pa chulu mwachamba kutumbwaaaaaaaaaaaa!! Mxiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!!

  2. Mwananyanian says:

    Possible disciplinary action on the student leaders may be appropriate or not: we are not privy to the bylaws being invoked here.

    The main issue, in my personal view, is that these student leaders have failed their student union membership, wholesale. What the …!
    Ayuba and co have waffled, through and through, on this issue since their meeting with the government. It’s like Ayuba and co were sucker punched; and yet they went in the meeting well prepared! So, just accept what they agreed to in the meeting; and move on to perhaps fight another day. Otherwise, who would ever take their word, or handshake, seriously next time they negotiate anything with anybody? No chance. Lick their wounds, like a wounded (insert your own animal of choice here) and go away into the sunset; maybe with some pride in that they did their best.
    But the best was NOT good enough, even in the leaders’ own views. So, while they are at it, licking their wounds, they should resign, and get in new fresh leaders; not wounded and not damaged. That is if these guys and girls have any integrity and personal pride at all. Asa.

  3. Baba wa Boyi says:

    Why are you telling us that you have been called even without knowing why< Its called bad faith.

  4. ANIVA.. says:

    Mwayamba kuwaopseza ana..bwino musawachite za chasowa..

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